Creative Cloud for Desktop: Powerful Design Using Fonts from Typekit
Typography can make or break a design. While many apps provide precise typographic controls, it’s important to start with the perfect font. Adobe Typekit opens the door to thousands of fonts for use on the web or in desktop applications.
Every paid Creative Cloud complete membership includes the Typekit Portfolio plan, which provides access to the full library of web and desktop fonts. (If you have a free Creative Cloud subscription, you still get a selection of fonts as part of the Typekit trial plan.)
To access Typekit fonts, you just need to sign in to your Typekit account with the same Adobe ID and password you use for your Creative Cloud membership.
The Creative Cloud for desktop app syncs desktop fonts to your computer effortlessly. If the Creative Cloud for desktop app is not installed, you will be prompted to download it when you sync fonts using the Typekit account.
In the Creative Cloud app, navigate to the Assets tab and select the Fonts tab to see your current synced fonts and search for new fonts to add. While browsing the fonts library, you can narrow down the fonts for desktop use by enabling the Desktop Use filter in the filtering panel. You can then sync fonts and use them in any application installed on your computer. For more information, see Browse and add fonts from Typekit.
For information about how to use synced fonts in various Creative Cloud applications, see Work with fonts from Typekit in Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe InDesign CC, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, and Adobe After Effects CC.
Synced desktop fonts are available for use even when you’re offline, as long as the Creative Cloud for desktop app is running and you’re signed in. If you quit the Creative Cloud app, synced fonts become temporarily unavailable; signing out from the Creative Cloud app removes synced fonts from your computer. When you sign in again, the fonts are automatically re-synced from Typekit.
Easy font management
You can view synced desktop fonts in the Fonts panel of the Creative Cloud for desktop app, or manage them through your Typekit account. You can also turn font sync on or off from the Preferences panel of the Creative Cloud for desktop app. For more information, see Manage synced fonts.
Go ahead, sync some fonts, and let us know how it goes. For additional help with Typekit and syncing Creative Cloud fonts, you might find the following helpful: