Simple answer would be to purchase it--assuming you don't actually have the font files. If you do and they are not installed, install them. I don't know if it is part of TypeKit or not, but if you have CC you can check.
Seen pages that say, "Download for free".
Don't know if it can be embedded or not.
I'm a very new guy on the InVision block.
Don't know about copyright ..
Thanks for the reply.
Though it can be found on likely numerous free font sites, the Franklin family is a commercial font. Like me, you and the man in the moon who deserves paid for whatever we do for a living, the companies that sell and or license fonts deserve paid for their investments.
Do you see Franklin Gothic Heavy on your font list. It looks that's the bold version of Franklin Gothic. At least on Windows.
No, I have Franklin Gothic Medium which is what I used.
I know that in general that it's not good to mix fonts on the same page, but if I use Franklin Gothic for the main text, can you think of another one that would work for the headings?.
It's perfectly OK to mix complementary fonts on the same page. Traditionally, it's more common to use a serif for text and a sans (like Franklin) for headings, but the opposite isn't in any way forbidden, as long as you do it with some thought.
You might find some inspiration here: