What do I get when purchasing?

  • The latest font-files (OTF or WOFF, WOFF2)
  • A specimen of the typeface (PDF)
  • The selected license

What about updates of the font?

  • If you bought a license, you’ll always be able to download the latest version of the font free of charge with the download-link provided after your purchase, so keep it save.

I’m a student. Can I get a discount?

  • If you’re working on a students project and want to use my fonts, you’re totally free to use the provided trial versions and show your results on your website, instagram etc as long as the student project remains non-commercial.

Which characters are included?

  • The provided fonts usually cover the most broadly used latin based languages (comparable to the range of letters defined in ↗ OpenType Std) as well as figures, punctuation, arrows, currency symbols and various other glyphs. The exact character set might differ from font to font, though. You can check the character set of each font by taking a look at the last preview image or the specimen.

What if I want to change a small detail of the purchased font?

  • Unfortunately, you are not allowed to change the font on your own. Actually, you are not even allowed to open the font files in any kind of type design software that would enable you to do so, such as Glyphs, Robofont, Fontlab and others. More details on this and similar questions can be found in the ↗ licensing details.
  • What you can do though is writing me a ↗ mail to discuss your plans as a commission for a bespoke typeface.

What about refunds, if I don’t like the purchased font?

  • If you are not happy with the purchased font for any reason you can write me a ↗ mail and request a refund. You will get your money back and the purchased license will be revoked, no questions asked.

Where can I see some in-use examples of the typefaces?

  • There is a well-known platform called ↗ Font in Use where you will also find projects that use my fonts.

Licensing


The license defines in which ways you are allowed to use the font files. You can read the ↗ full licensing details here. Below you’ll also find short summaries to get a basic understanding:


Desktop License
This license allows font files to be installed on a specified number of per­sonal computers (PCs) belonging to the license holder to create documents, static images, logotypes and such.


Web License
This license allows font files to be embedded via self-hosting into a single website belonging to the license holder and be used for a specified, maximum number of monthly page views. The license only needs to be upgraded once traffic increases.


Trial License
This license is in effect when you use any of the trial fonts. This license allows font files to be used for testing purposes only. It is strictly forbidden to use the provided font files in any kind of final and / or published project, may it be commercial or non-commercial. The only exception is students, who are allowed to use the fonts for student projects and may publish those as long as these student projects remain non-commercial. If possible, the name of the typeface used as well as its designer David Gobber has to be credited appropriately.


If you need to use the font in a way that is not covered in the licensing detail, please write me a ↗ mail, so we can define a license for your specific case.

Checkout & Payment

  • Payment options include
    You want to pay in a different way? Write me a ↗ mail.

  • The checkout and payment will be handled by Gumroad. They use current exchange rates to calculate the prices in USD (without additional fees) and charge your card in USD. If you dont want to get your card charged in USD, just write me a ↗ mail.

  • If you have any questions on Gumroad and how it will handle stuff for you as a customer you'll find helpful information at their ↗ customer support page.