Yes, Typekit fonts can be used on your customer's websites as long as your subscription is in good standing. If you cancel Creative Cloud without purchasing a standalone Typekit subscription, the kits in your account will stop serving fonts.
OK thank you.
I see there's a plan for free if it's one site with limited visits and a limited set of fonts.
Is that an ongoing free account or just a trial? meaning if that's all the client needs can they sign up for the base free account and have access? it's a small site and doesn't breach the minimum. It's only using one font from TypeKit
The only reason i'm inclined to do this is we don't like to be in control of/responsible for client add-ons, or licenses. We prefer them to have their licenses so they aren't locked to us and can leave freely if they desire.
The Free Typekit Plan is free indefinitely. However, it only has a limited number of the fonts in Typekit's library. If the font is available in the Free Plan, that would work just fine for your client.
If they want to use a font that is in the full/paid library, they would need a Portfolio Plan.
Let me know if you have any further questions.
Sure. i BELIEVE it's in the free plan. I looked, but i'm not sure how to tell.
the font is Proxima Nova, using the regular and the bold variant