Uansett hvor stor din organisasjonen er, hjelper Type Server med å sentralisere, synkronisere, organisere og distribuere fontbibliotekene og samtidig tilby sikker, pålitelig fontbehandling for ditt team.
Because Universal Type Server integrates fonts directly into professional tools like Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, designers can get instant access to the fonts they need without having to switch between applications. It’s optimized for and fully compatible with retina displays, Apple OS X Yosemite and Windows 8, and Adobe Creative Cloud 2014.
“For companies working with large collections of fonts, a solution to manage them is not only critical for efficiency, but also for preventing costly font licensing issues,” said Chris Meyer, Sr. Product Manager for Font Management at Extensis.
But don’t just take our word for it. There are tons of global brands already using Universal Type Server, a good portion of them having switched from other solutions.
The hidden risks of font misuse are too costly to ignore
The average number of active fonts on a designer’s computer is a whopping 681, with the average font collection at 4,512 (see more fun font library stats in our “Font Groupie” infographic). This is great for the individual designer, but potentially bad for a legitimate business when said designer introduces their collection to the company’s workflow.
The truth is, most designers don’t even read font licenses. Most EULAs (End-User License Agreements) tend to be complex, fluid, and difficult to apply to a constantly evolving workflow without proper staff and too