Web Fonts Licensing: Navigating Domains, Subdomains & CDNs

Demystifying Web Fonts Licensing for Your Domain Licensing web fonts for your domain, such as “example.com,” involves understanding the breadth of the license. Our web font license covers everything under “example.com,” including all subpages, irrespective of their dedicated purpose, like “example.com/other.” Loading Preview… Subdomains, Subpages, and Your Web Font License Our web font license extends […]

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Trading vs Registered: Clarifying Design Licensing at YouWorkForThem

In the design world, it’s not uncommon to encounter companies that operate under different names. A registered company might use a distinct trading name for certain operations. But how does that impact your licensing agreement with YouWorkForThem? You’ve asked, and we’re here to provide clarity on design licensing. Operational Names and Design Licensing: How It […]

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Design Resources: Start Basic, Upgrade as Required with YouWorkForThem

In today’s fast-paced digital world, getting a feel for a product before making a substantial investment is a necessary luxury. At YouWorkForThem, we completely understand this sentiment. That’s why we offer you the ability to try our design resources (i.e.¬†Figma Resources) first with a basic license agreement. This ensures that you can thoroughly explore and […]

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Balancing Agency Agreements & Licensing Fonts at YouWorkForThem

Understanding Standard Agency Agreements and Licensing Fonts As design professionals, we understand that each creative process brings its own unique set of challenges and nuances. One common hurdle involves licensing resources like fonts, with its intricate legalities and specifications. At YouWorkForThem, we recognize the complexity of such situations, particularly when dealing with advertising agencies and […]

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Personalized Etsy T-Shirts and The Power of Licensed Stock Art

In the burgeoning world of online retail like customizable Etsy T-Shirts, personalization is the key that unlocks a customer’s heart. A personalized item carries an emotional resonance that mass-produced items often lack. It tells your customer, “This was made just for you.” Loading Preview… Understanding the Basics: Stock Art and Licensing Creating personalized t-shirts, prints […]

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Simplifying Stock Art & Font Licensing with YouWorkForThem

Every influential brand has a distinctive typeface or captivating image at its foundation. These powerful elements are as memorable as they are unambiguous, contributing significantly to the brand’s resonance with its audience. However, the licenses governing these creative assets, especially font licensing for commercial use, can be a tangled web of complex terminology and baffling […]

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How to Use Alternate Glyphs in OpenType Fonts

OpenType fonts can hold a diverse range of characters known as alternate glyphs. These characters include discretionary ligatures, swash characters, stylistic alternates, historic forms, terminal glyphs, and ornaments. Identifying Alternate Glyphs Font foundries and resellers often document and display the available alternate glyphs for their OpenType fonts through slideshow images on their product pages. Accessing […]

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Troubleshooting Font Validation Issues in Font Book on Mac OS

Understand Font Book Warnings Font Book is a versatile font management tool for macOS, but it can sometimes display error or warning messages that may seem confusing to users. This support document will help you understand and resolve common issues related to Font Book error messages and font validation. Handling Overzealous Font Book Error/Warning Messages: […]

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