I'd imagine they'd come with a design brief and rough idea of character set, weights, and styles. Beyond that the next most important thing would be the rights they need - are they buying the design … (View Post)
The OP's scenario is another reason why font licenses (like most other software licenses) should move to a user, rather than CPU/workstation, based model. If the font is accessible to a specific set … (View Post)
Requiring a font be distributed under a single license eliminates revenue associated with some ISV / OEM sales.
In this particular case a number of styles of Neue Haas Grotesk were licensed to Micr… (View Post)