What is a Large Volume Commercial font license extension?

When you buy a Desktop license for a font, you are allowed to use the font to create all manner of physical and digital things–signs for a business, social media posts, website graphics, flyers, etc. You can give these things away, you can sell them, you can post them online or print them on billboards […]

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What is a Show Titles font license extension?

When you buy a Desktop license for a font from YouWorkForThem, you are allowed to use the font to create titles for film/video or motion graphic content. However, if you want to display that content via terrestrial or satellite television broadcast, stream it on the Internet, and/or distribute and exhibit it theatrically/publicly, you need to […]

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Do I Need Separate WebFont Licenses For Separate Subdomains?

Our WebFont license explains that “You may use one Licensed WebFont on one domain name (URL) only.” The spirit of this restriction is to the separate nature and control of the content. For example, “starwars.disney.com” and “marvel.disney.com” would require two separate WebFont licenses, since they represent two entirely different products with entirely unrelated content, under […]

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Why do Mobile App Font licenses cost more than Desktop licenses?

A Mobile App license grants the licensee the right to distribute the copyrighted letterforms to a user base. It’s hard to know if that user base is tiny, or massive, and in fact the YouWorkForThem Mobile App license allows for up to 500,000 unique users per calendar year. More than 500,000 users requires a custom […]

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Which Stock Art License(s) Do I Need?

Stock art licensing is a little easier to understand than font licensing. There are only a few situations that aren’t covered by the standard license, mostly to do with how many units you want to create. Here is the breakdown on when you need an additional license: Types of Permitted Usage Standard License Extended License […]

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