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Quality Guidelines for Fonts

Summary: We suggest following these guidelines to help ensure your fonts are of the highest quality. Read more about these guidelines below, and also check out these additional articles for more category-specific guidelines:
General Guidelines โ€ข Photos โ€ข Graphics โ€ข Templates โ€ข Web Themes โ€ข Fonts โ€ข Add-Ons
Guidelines  
Resolution Recommended
  • Font paths are clean and do not have excessive nodes
  • Font is not auto-traced
File Format(s) Recommended
  • Desktop: TTF, OTF
  • Webfont: TTF, OTF, WOFF, EOT, SVG

Accessibility

Ensuring your product works well for a wide audience

  • OpenType fonts are PUA unicode-mapped.
  • Full character set offers Basic Latin capitals, lowercase, numbers, and punctuation at minimum.
  • Includes guide to access the fontโ€™s special characters

Product Description

Important information to include that helps the customer answer their own questions

  • List of characters/diacritics
  • Languages supported

Additional Quality Standards

These standards ensure that your customers have the best possible experience with your product

  • All font files (.otf, .ttf, .SVG, .woff, .woff2) are descriptively named
  • Webfont formats are compatible with multiple device types
  • Font paths should not be out of bounds (causing a fontโ€™s ascenders / descenders to get โ€œcut offโ€ in some applications)

 

Please review the following guidelines carefully. Failure to follow these guidelines may subject your product to removal.

Overall Quality

  • Products categorized in โ€œFontsโ€ must not be delivered in a non-installable graphic format, such as .AI or .EPS. (e.g. Typographical sets (or Alphabets) do NOT belong in the Fonts category.)

 

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