• Eric HuEric Hu, over 6 years ago


    6 points
    • Andy StapleAndy Staple, 6 years ago

      Yes! Let us all rush to judgement because otherwise we might know what is going on.

      1 point
  • Jeremiah ShoafJeremiah Shoaf, over 6 years ago

    H&Co? I dunno, I think I'm always going to refer to them as H&FJ.

    3 points
  • Tim WoodTim Wood, over 6 years ago

    We’ve changed our licenses to make life a little easier for app developers.

    I thought this might have signaled the end of the trend of 10x mobile font licensing pricing. It looks like this is not the case though.


    2 points
    • Justin ReevesJustin Reeves, over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )

      It doesn't seem like a very meaningful change to their licensing at all, really… "Pay for the fonts slightly later".

      0 points
  • Nic TrentNic Trent, 6 years ago

    Can't help but perceive Hoefler as a total dick now...

    1 point
  • Simon O’SheaSimon O’Shea, over 6 years ago

    Dat fl ligature.

    1 point
  • Maciej ZadykowiczMaciej Zadykowicz, 6 years ago

    meanwhile no sign of screensmart Verlag, come on already!

    1 point
  • Justin WoodsJustin Woods, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

    So, it would still require two licenses to create an app. One for designing and another for publishing. Not really that big of a change..

    0 points
  • Chris GillisChris Gillis, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

    "App Licenses are needed only when publishing an app"

    is that native apps or web?

    0 points
  • Aubrey JohnsonAubrey Johnson, over 6 years ago

    It's really a shame the way they handle licensing. I think the way Sketch, Apple, etc did it with lower price and more volume is killer.

    It's not like the fonts are less sexy when you see them more often, quite the opposite IMO. The more I see them, the more I enjoy them.

    These guys run it like old-school Adobe super expensive.

    0 points