FontLab Survey: Win Prizes!

FontLab needs to learn more about our past, cur­rent and future cus­tomers, and their soft­ware needs. We are offer­ing some  awe­some prizes to induce you to take our sur­vey. Click here to TAKE SURVEY, WIN PRIZES. The sur­vey closes at 11:59 pm GMT, Wed April 17.

GRAND PRIZE, LIFETIME WINNER: If we get 1000+ responses, we will draw from all sur­vey respon­dents a win­ner who will receive, for the rest of their life, a free single-​​user license to any and all FontLab soft­ware prod­ucts they want, includ­ing future upgrades and prod­ucts we haven’t even imag­ined yet!

FIRST PRIZE: As long as we get 250+ sur­vey responses, we will draw from all sur­vey respon­dents a win­ner who will receive, for the rest of their life, a free single-​​user license to any one FontLab prod­uct, includ­ing future upgrades. (In the event devel­op­ment on a prod­uct some day ends, we will hap­pily sub­sti­tute a license for a sim­i­lar FontLab product.)

SECOND PRIZE: We will draw from all sur­vey respon­dents a win­ner who will receive a free single-​​user license to any one FontLab prod­uct of their choice, or upgrade for any FontLab prod­uct. (Yes, for those of you wait­ing for next ver­sions, the win­ner may defer col­lect­ing until a future release, if desired.)

TWITTER PRIZE: Every per­son who tweets a link to this blog post with some encour­age­ment to take the sur­vey, using the hash­tag #font­lab­sur­vey, will be entered into a draw for a free single-​​user license to any one FontLab prod­uct of their choice, or upgrade for any FontLab prod­uct. (Yes, for those of you wait­ing for next ver­sions, the win­ner may defer col­lect­ing until a future release, if desired.) If you think this sounds remark­ably like the Sec­ond Prize above, you would be correct.  :)

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Thomas Phinney

Thomas Phinney

Thomas Phinney is Vice President of FontLab. He is also a type designer, instructor, and consultant on fonts and typography. He has been consulted by Apple, Adobe, Microsoft, a big three US auto maker, the US Treasury Department, and PBS “History Detectives,” among others. Thomas is known as the “font detective” for his work on font legal cases.

Comments (4)

  • Brittney Murphy

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    Thanks! I love being able to con­tribute to future upgrades. Unfor­tu­nately, once I sub­mit­ted the sur­vey I imme­di­ately thought of two improve­ments that would be great, but didn’t think to men­tion them while I was tak­ing it.

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    • Thomas Phinney

      Thomas Phinney

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      I sent you an email so you can get your sug­ges­tions in that way. Although the odds are good some­body else has thought of the same things.... :)

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  • Erik

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    How do you know who’s taken the sur­vey? i don’t remem­ber iden­ti­fy­ing myself while tak­ing it, so I don’t know if i’m in the run­ning to win the big prizes.

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    • Thomas Phinney

      Thomas Phinney

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      The very first sur­vey ques­tion asks for your email address, so we can enter you in the prize draw. Some­body — pre­sum­ably you — used the same email address in the sur­vey that is asso­ci­ated with this com­ment, about an hour ago, so you are in.

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