FontLab Studio 1/2 price + free VI upgrade Cyber Monday sale!

UPDATE: This sale was Nov 30 – Dec 1, 2015. Sorry you missed it!

icon_fontlabstudio51_128x128_rgbYes, as a Cyber Monday special, we just marked down our flagship program, FontLab Studio 5. Regular price is US $649, now $324.50. Student/teacher pricing is also halved: regular US $325, now $162.50. Upgrades to FLS 5 from older/other FontLab products are also half price!

Plus, effective immediately, all new permanent licenses of FontLab Studio 5, from now until we ship FontLab VI, will qualify for a free upgrade to FontLab VI! Yes, that includes upgrades and academic orders.

Most of the world’s commercial fonts were created with FontLab Studio, so you know it is the industry-standard type design and font editing tool used worldwide.

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Small print: Half off applies to FontLab Studio 5 by itself, including upgrades and individual academic/educational orders. Sale price does not apply to FontLab Studio bundles with other applications, nor to bulk licensing for schools and organizations. Free upgrade to FontLab VI does not apply to one-year licenses, but does apply to upgrades and permanent academic licenses, including bulk licensing for schools and organizations. People who license FontLab Studio 5 after we ship the retail version of FontLab VI will not be eligible for a free upgrade.

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Thomas Phinney

Thomas Phinney was CEO of FontLab until 2019, when he retired from FontLab to pursue his font detective work and type design. Previously he worked at Extensis (web fonts and font management tools) and Adobe (as product manager for global fonts and typography). Thomas is also a teacher, writer, and consultant on fonts and typography. He has been consulted by Apple, Adobe, Microsoft, Oxford University Press, a “big three” US auto maker, the US Treasury Department, and PBS “History Detectives,” among others. He teaches type design with Crafting Type and has been a repeat guest lecturer for MA Typeface Design at the University of Reading. Since 2004 he has been a board member of ATypI, the international typography association. His typeface Hypatia Sans is an Adobe Original with over 3000 glyphs per font.

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