There are two ways to find your product download link:
- After successfully checking out, you will see a link to download the font on the Thank You page. Alternatively, you can create an account and find the download link in the email.
- You will receive an emails after a successful checkout with the download link to the font you purchased.
We provide OTF and TTF file types.
Currently, we only accept PayPal as our payment method.
Please email us, and we’ll discuss the available discounts.
On a PC: Double-click the OTF or TTF file, then click “Install.”
On a Mac:
- Double-click the OTF or TTF file, then click “Install Font.”
- Alternatively, you can manually install fonts by copying (CMD + C) the file(s) in OTF or TTF format and pasting (CMD + V) them into the following folder: HD > Library > Fonts
Important: Restart the program where you intend to use the font. The fonts will appear in your font list when you open the program again.
Once a font is installed on your computer, you can use it with any program that allows you to create text. Fonts will work in Microsoft Office applications, Adobe software, and almost any other program with a text editor. To access additional glyphs and special features in OTF fonts, specific programs are required.
We recommend checking if your program supports the additional glyphs before purchasing a commercial version.
The easiest way is to use Adobe Illustrator or InDesign. In Adobe Illustrator, click on Text > Glyphs to access the complete character map of the font. Adobe Photoshop (CC 2015 or later) offers a similar feature: click on Type > Panels > Glyphs panel or Window > Glyphs.
For other programs, please check if you can access the character map.
You can check our licenses on the license page.
No, you are not allowed to share font files with your clients. If your client needs font files, encourage them to purchase or download fonts from this store.
You are permitted to use the fonts to create physical or digital products for sale, with a limit of 1,000 prints or sales. However, if your prints or sales exceed 1,000, you will need to purchase Extended licenses.
No, you are not allowed to include the font files in your template files. However, you can convert the text into graphical objects or rasterize them using the fonts to create designs that can be displayed in all mediums. Just ensure that you do not include each individual character of the font.
Yes, you can use the fonts on your web pages by purchasing the Webfont License. You are allowed to use the CSS @font-face rule for a single domain name only. If you wish to embed the font on multiple domains, you will need to purchase an additional Webfont license.
No, sharing the font files you download with others or making them available for download on your site is not permitted. Instead, please direct others to visit Unatype’s website to download or purchase the font.
Rest assured, there is no issue with the font file itself. By default, WordPress restricts the upload of certain file types, including OTF, TTF, and WOFF files. You may find an article helpful in resolving this error: “How to Fix ‘Sorry, This File Type Is Not Permitted for Security Reasons’ Error in WordPress.”