The letters on this page, each one, was the work of an artist, defining the serif or lack thereof, and the length and breadth of each stroke. In many cases, that workmanship is copyright protected and may not be used on a website without specific permission.
The â€œperfectâ€ font face can drive a logo or website design, transforming it from good to great. Unfortunately, it may be fairly common for businesses â€” especially small businesses â€” to unintentionally violate the font designer’s copyright.
Many of the fonts installed on computers are licensed for viewing and printing on or from a single computer, and may not be used in logos, banner advertising, or on a website.
The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) has four guidelines fo…
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20 Free Fonts for Commercial Projects
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