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Using Adobe Fonts for Client Websites - best options?

Community Beginner ,
Jan 31, 2019 Jan 31, 2019

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Main question is : Am I right in thinking that any client websites using Adobe Fonts will need their own Creative Cloud account in order to continue using them after Dec 31st 2019? [1]

This doesn't seem ideal - is there no other licensing option? From reading old forum entries it seems like their used to be a "business license" on Typekit which allowed agencies to use Typekit fonts on client sites.

I have many smaller clients who don't want to be managing licenses for multiple things and just want me to look after it all - I can't imagine they will be comfortable with needing a Creative Cloud account.

How are other agencies / design companies handling this issue?

Thanks,
Frank

[1] FAQ on licensing and web fonts

Can I use web fonts for my client websites?

The Terms of Use currently permits agency reselling, until December 31, 2019. After that time, your client would need their own Creative Cloud subscription to use for the web font hosting.

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Dec 13, 2019 Dec 13, 2019

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@frank, I'm wondering what information you've gathered on this, if any, since you posted this. I'm curious about the same issues in a client-agency set up. Thanks.

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