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Fonts not showing up on adobe fonts

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Mar 16, 2023 Mar 16, 2023

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Hello! I am a student and while doing homework usually we are required to only use a certain amount of fonts that my professor tells me to use. Whenever I search for these fonts, I can never find them anywhere and I end up having to download them in a wip file. Some examples I have, Corbel, Constantia, and others. If I go into adobe fonts it always shows up that they are not "what I was searching for". This has gotten quite annoying because I just want to be able to use the fonts I need without having to go the extra mile to searching for them. By looking at some forums on here I know the fonts that I have needed have been on here previously. I just don't know if this is my own issues or if its a common issue with others or if they just have got rid of those fonts completely. Any advice would be great. Thank you!

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Mar 17, 2023 Mar 17, 2023

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Not all fonts will be in 1 location - Adobe fonts is a collection of font libraries.

Corbel is a free font - https://www.dafontfree.io/corbel-font/

As is Constantia - https://www.dafontfree.io/constantia-font/ 

 

As a designer, you'll need to be able to research and find things by yourself, including fonts, images, design styles.

It won't be all on a plate for you. 

 

Important note on Fonts - they are software - they will have a EULA (end user License agreement)

Where some fonts can be free, they are not always free to use for commercial work, and you may have to pay for them for commercial use. 
Free fonts can also  have issues around Embedding, as they would require you to purchase the full version to allow the embedding.

 

Always check the EULA to ensure that the fonts you are using are fit for purpose.

Same goes for images or anything else you are using in your designs.

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