Adobe TypeKit Community,
I already look at the FAQ for TypeKit and it's pretty clear you can create a logo with TypeKit font and even license it.
Now my question is, what if I modify the font I little bit?
For example, extend a line of a letter, cut off parts of a letter or even reflect/rotate a letter.
It's still very recognizable, but just wanted to make sure its ok me for to create a logo for my client and then get it copyrighted, without a need to contact the foundry.
Any help you the community can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Message was edited by: Fabian Delgado; for: Grammar
Yes, as long as you create outlines first, you can edit the shapes of the letters or customize them for a logo. What you cannot do is edit the font files themselves and modify the letters/glyphs there.
Customizing a logo is allowed. Let me know if you have any further questions.
Thank you so much!