Natalya Monoline W00 Black Fonts
Copyright (c) 2009 by Jeremy Dooley. All rights reserved.
Natalya Monoline is a trademark of Jeremy Dooley.
End User License AgreementThe Font-Software and any updates, upgrades, additions or modified versions are the intellectual property of Jeremy Dooley (insigne). Insigne type software is protected under domestic and international copyright law. Licensee (you or your employer) is licensed to use the software on one computer, unless additional licenses are purchased for additional computers or a multi-license agreement is reached. Only for the purpose of outputting design work may Licensee create a copy of the Font-Software Licensee used in design work to provide a commercial printer or other service bureau. Insigne Font-Software may not be made available to unlicensed third parties for any other purpose, unless additional licensees for computers are purchased. Examples include making the Font-Software available for public download on the internet, emailing the Font-Software to others or distributing Font-Software on storage mediums or any other future file distribution method. Licensee is permitted to create backup copies of the Font-Software. Licensee must ensure copies are stored securely and are not accessible to non-licensed users.Examples include, but are not limited to:Licensee may:Copy the files to CD, e-mail or post them to a FTP for the sole purpose of outputting design work.Licensee may not:Send the files to friends.Send the files to colleagues.Post the files to internet download sites.Share them via peer to peer programs.Use of the Font-SoftwareLicensee may use the licensed Font-Software to create images on any medium. A special license is required when insigne Font-Software is used to create a product for resale where the Font-Software is the primary design element or if the licensed Font-Software is embedded into software or hardware products. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing or with questions about your use.Standard License uses include, but are not limited to:LogotypesCorporate identity packagesE-books or embedded documentsWebsite GraphicsStatic, non editable graphics embedded in computer applications such as splash screensAnnual ReportsPromotional material.PostersT-shirtsButtonsMotion GraphicsSpecial License uses include, but are not limited to:Stencil ProductsStock ArtSticker ProductsEmbedding in a software product in a non-static manner. Examples include game HUDs, user interfaces. Outputting, Embedding, Modification and Redistribution of the Font-SoftwareOnly for the purpose of outputting design work may the Licensee create a copy of the Font-Software Licensee has used in design work to a commercial printer or other service bureau. Upon outputting the file, the Font-Software should be deleted by the service bureau or the service bureau must purchase licenses for continued use.Embedding of the Font-Software into electronic documents or internet pages is only permitted in a secured read-only mode. Licensee must ensure that recipients of electronic documents or internet pages cannot extract the Font-Software from such documents or use the embedded Font-Software for the creation of new documents.Licensee must not transfer or assign the Font-Software to a third party without written permission. The Font-Software may be modified by an in-house team or a third party for in-house use as long as there are an identical number of licenses granted as there are copies of the modified font. The modified Font-Software may not be sold or distributed. Insigne Font-Software cannot be resold, rented, leased or redistributed in any form, digital or physical, without written permission.Disclaimer and Limited WarrantyInsigne is not responsible for any problems that may arise from the use of the Font-Software, such as computer malfunctions, idle time, shortfall of production, waste of material and any other direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages that are caused by our Font-Software. In the event of a problem that the Font-Software does not work, insigne would only provide a replacement or refund for the Font-Software Licensee ordered. Upon termination of this Font-Software License Agreement, Licensee agrees to either return or to destroy and refrain from using the Font-Software, the media, copies and/or any modified or merged portions thereof.Frequently Asked Questions If I make a logo or ebook using your fonts, can I then sell that design or ebook? As long as you don't provide the entire font file to someone else in a manner that allows them to type you are in the clear. (with an exception for service bureaus, who, in some cases, need the font to output your layout.) Be sure to lock your .pdf files to disallow editing.I will use your fonts as images on a website. Is that permitted?This use is permitted. However, if you pass maintenance of the website off to someone else, and that person needs to modify the static images, your successor should purchase the font for their computer(s).I created a logo based on one of your fonts. Is that ok?If you provide a logo in a vectorized format to the client that depends heavily on an insigne font, that is acceptable, as long as you do not include the font files. However, if the client takes over the marketing and wants to use the font (all characters, not just the logo) in their extended branding (brochures, website, etc.), the client should purchase licenses for the computers they want to use the font on.Can I use your fonts and then send to a commercial printer?You may take a copy to the printer so they can output your layout. From the EULA: Only for the purpose of outputting particular files may you take a copy of the font(s) you have used for such files to a commercial printer or other service bureau. The preferred method is to embed the fonts in a .pdf file and send that to your printer. Practically all service bureaus now accept .pdf files.Can I use your fonts in a commercial software product?This is acceptable, as long as your customers cannot extract or otherwise use the font and the images are static. You simply need one font license for each computer that is creating or modifying images with the typeface. If you are using the typeface for a user interface of some sort, you probably need a special license. Please contact us with questions. Can I use your fonts to create a scrapbooking stencil package or lettering stickers?This use would require a special license as the typeface is the primary design element in a product for resale. Please contact us for special license pricing.insigne is a trademark of Jeremy Dooley.http://www.insignedesign.com/eula.aspx