All of our fonts are free to try for personal use as long as it is not used in a commercial project. They all come with the complete glyph set and some selected key styles. You can use them in your portfolio (PDF, print or web!) and school project for examples.
It means that you can use the font for anything of personal nature. For example but not limited to: Personal portfolios, Client pitches, personal projects, personal instagram (or any social media) posts, artistic projects with a small audience, testing in different Dev environnements, proofing, etc...
Anyone using the fonts needs a license. If only the designer has access to them, then they are the only ones who are required to purchase a license. If the client also needs to use them on their side, then both must own a license.
If the designer is creating something for a client, only the client needs to purchase the correct licenses.
Licenses are required for every use you intend to make.
For example if you need the font to be installed on 1 workstation and on 1 website with 10,000 pageviews per month, you will need, for every weight used, a desktop license for 1 workstation and a web license for up to 10k pageviews per month.
Just 1 project. Each new project requires a new license. For example 1 campaign, 1 website or 1 Event.
When you expect to exceed what is covered by your current license, please contact us and we'll upgrade your license with the new coverage.
It depends on the new usage but regardless of what that new coverage costs we will fully discount what was paid for the license prior to the upgrade.
The Print license (formerly Desktop license) is needed for any non-embedded material (except on social media and in a logo, see below) like printed art work, digital assets, apparel, album cover, etc... This license allows you to make unlimited copies of that specific project. The license coverage should reflect the total amount of worksations that will have the font installed.
The Web license is needed for any website, microsite and subdomain where the font is embedded. You will need the license to reflect the anticipated total monthly pageviews of all domains, microsites and/or subdomains for this specific client or campaign.
The App license is needed for any application (mobile or desktop) and software where the font is embedded. You will need 1 license per app and/or software and the license coverage should reflect the anticipated total monthly active users of this specific app or software.
The Social Media license is needed for any commercial use of the font on any social media platform. i.e.: Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, TikTok, Twitter, etc... The license coverage should reflect the combined total number of followers from all social media platforms where the font will be displayed.
The Logo license is needed for each company logo that features the font. This license lets you use the logo in any context. The license coverage should reflect the total number of employees of the company using the logo.
You will need a Broadcast license for an ad campaign (i.e. TV, billboard, etc...). Please contact us for more details on this license.
You will need a Video Game license to use the font in a video game. Please contact us for more details on this license.
Freelancers, design studios, advertising agencies and other suppliers are all independent entities and therefore all require a license to use the font files.
Every license purchase comes with the full set of widely adopted font formats: OTF, TTF, WOFF and WOFF2.
You can use the following CSS code to embed our font on a website. Replace the name "Pangram Pangram" with the font name you need to embed and insert the correct weight profile of that specific weight. Duplicate this block for each weight while keeping the font-family name the same for all.
font-family: 'Pangram Pangram';
src: url('PangramPangram.woff') format('truetype');
For a Variable font, use the following CSS code. For an italic Variable font, use italic instead of normal in the font-style parameter.
font-family: 'Pangram Pangram';
src: url('PangramPangram-Variable.ttf') format('truetype');
font-weight: 100 900;
You can use the following CSS code to access the stylistic alternates and other Open Type features of our font on a website.
For example, to access the stylistic set .ss01 use the code below.
For more usage of Open Type features in CSS and HTML you can have a look a this link
You may pay using any major credit card or using PayPal. Payment is processed through Shopify therefore we do not keep any payment information in our database. We also accept wire transfers, please contact us for more details about this option.
No, since the transaction information is associated and processed with the payment method, we are not able to change this info afterwards. Make sure you enter the correct information before checking out.
You can put in your information and then contact us to let us know, we'll update our database to associate the license with the right client. Otherwise, your client can purchase the font directly.
Yes, there is a field reserved for that on the cart page. You tax number will show up on the invoice email once the payment is process.
Unfortunately no, since you have access to the file download automatically after a transaction is processed.
Send us an email and we'll transfer the license to the desired style and send you the right files.
If it's the exact same style or weight, just send us an email and we'll refund the extra unwanted purchases.
Yes we do. If you want us to work with you on a custom typeface for yourself, your company or your client, please contact us with an overview of your project along with an idea of your timetable and your budget.
Keep in mind that type design is a long process so it is better to plan ahead.
You will need to contact us if you want to change the name of the font, we will be able to assist you.
If you convert it to outlines, you can edit the contours, shapes and curves as much as you like. However, you cannot customize the font file itself or use the contours you’ve created to generate a new version of the font file.
Minor modifications are tolerated, but in general, if you plan on modifying the font we do advise you to send us an email with what you plan to do and we will be able to help you.
The font used everywhere on this site — except the fonts in the specific font pages — is Neue Montreal.