We’ve had a busy spring at Typekit; here’s a wrap-up of what’s new from the team:
Portfolio Plans with single-app Creative Cloud subscriptions
Many of you have decided that a single-app plan suits your needs better than the full Creative Cloud membership package, and that’s great—we don’t want that decision to limit your ability to use fonts from Typekit. So, Typekit’s excellent Portfolio Plan is now included with your single-app subscriptions, too; in our April 8 blog post we explain a few details about eligibility and getting started. We’re delighted to introduce even more of you to some great type!
Customers with free plans can now sync desktop fonts
We’ve made a lot of noise about our feature for syncing Typekit fonts to your desktop, because, well, we’re pretty proud of it. We also feel that it’s become an essential part of the Creative Cloud service, and as such, want to give people the same risk-free chance to try it out before committing to a paid plan on Creative Cloud. So we’ve put together a selection of fonts that will be available for anyone to sync to their desktop—regardless of plan level. We took our time pulling this collection together; it includes winners like League Gothic and Chaparral, and will give you the ability to fully explore what font syncing can do.
The Typekit blog is brighter and broader
We’ve refreshed the look of our blog, and are also taking the occasion to publicly welcome our new team members from the Adobe Type and CoreType groups. We’re looking forward to hearing these new voices in future posts, with their expert-level commentary on topics like type technology and typeface design.
Stay sharp with Typekit Practice
We’ve introduced a new resource to help people learn about typography. We call it Typekit Practice. We’ve just gotten started with a couple of lessons, but we’re excited to add to it and see how people use it. Have a look, and let us know what you’d like to learn about next.