I am making a project in InDesign. After the project is done my client will get all the source files, so they can edit and print it them self.
I have Adobe CC. The client do not have Adobe CC, only CS6.
If I use fonts from adobe typekit, can I give them the fonts? Or will they have to purchase that font? If they do, then how?
> If I use fonts from adobe typekit, can I give them the fonts?
No, you won't be able to send the fonts to your client. The Typekit Services Agreement does not permit Typekit desktop fonts to be transferred to another user or computer, so they cannot be packaged with the file. (There's more information in this help page: Typekit Help | Package files that use synced fonts )
> Or will they have to purchase that font? If they do, then how?
Yes, your client will need their own license for the font, either through Typekit or by purchasing a desktop license from the foundry or reseller.
The foundry name is listed at the top of each Typekit family page; click through to their website for purchasing information. Proxima Nova, for example, is from Mark Simonson Studio: https://typekit.com/fonts/proxima-nova
Adobe-owned typefaces are available from our partner, Fontspring:
I hope that this helps; let me know if you have any other questions.