16 comments

  • Brandon Morreale, 6 years ago

    Much less spendy than I expected.

    4 points
  • Stephan AngoStephan Ango, 6 years ago

    They did it right.

    3 points
  • Peter AntoniusPeter Antonius, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

    Lovely. The price ain't that bad.

    1 point
    • Ryan RushingRyan Rushing, 6 years ago

      From what I understand, you also have to purchase a license for each font individually (after the first five, which are free). Gotham would be $150 for the web-only license + $99 per year. Am I understanding that correctly?

      1 point
      • Brandon Durham, 6 years ago

        Hi Ryan.

        It depends on which Gotham package you purchase (after using your free fonts). But your math is correct, if you purchase one of the full Gotham bundles.

        2 points
  • Taurean BryantTaurean Bryant, 6 years ago

    This is like a nerdy, expensive christmas.

    1 point
  • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, 6 years ago

    YUS.

    0 points
  • Jake ZienJake Zien, 6 years ago

    They make it sound like the cloud catalog includes more than just H&FJ fonts: "You’ll find the entire H&FJ collection available for both desktop and web use, plus hundreds of new ScreenSmart fonts designed especially for the web." Can anyone verify whether this is the case?

    0 points
  • Jason PerezJason Perez, 6 years ago

    Now we wait for Gotham Serif. Ahhhhhh.

    0 points
  • joe andersonjoe anderson, 6 years ago

    How does this compare to typekit?

    0 points
    • Oskar RoughOskar Rough, 6 years ago

      The only reason to use it would be because of their fonts. Typekit has more technical experience and a larger and cheaper collection.

      0 points
      • Taurean BryantTaurean Bryant, 6 years ago

        Not entirely true. They seem to have raised the standard as far as build quality of these fonts, which is why it took so long I imagine. The reason to use typekit would be a larger selection and cheaper price but not because of quality.

        0 points
    • Tyler HowarthTyler Howarth, 6 years ago

      This is also entirely CSS based, whereas typekit is JS based. Should see noticeable difference in speed and reliability.

      0 points
  • Tyler HowarthTyler Howarth, 6 years ago

    Are the screensmart fonts better for mobile use than their standard counterparts? Even with retina?

    0 points
    • Brandon Durham, 6 years ago

      ScreenSmart fonts are built for using at sizes <= 18px, and multipurpose for anything larger. Size is the primary deciding factor. Otherwise they both look great on mobile/retina!

      0 points