Monotype Extends Alliance with Adobe to Offer More Premium Type Designs to Creative Cloud Users

Monotype and Adobe are extending their long-standing alliance to make hundreds of additional fonts available to creative professionals through Creative Cloud, including classics like Arial and Times New Roman and more from the FontFont library.

Last summer, Monotype and Adobe announced a partnership that made hundreds of FontFont designs available in Adobe’s Typekit Marketplace and Typekit Library. This agreement gave the millions of designers who use Adobe creative tools the ability to access a wider palette of fonts for their projects. Now, Monotype and Adobe are extending that agreement to offer creatives even more fonts, by making available Monotype’s even more FontFont typefaces, as well as other popular designs, to Adobe Creative Cloud customers.

“We are thrilled to expand our alliance with Adobe and make it easier for creative professionals to access the premium fonts they need in the world’s most widely adopted creative tools,” said Mike Matteo, vice president of global alliances and partnerships for Monotype. “The additional designs, along with improved availability through the Typekit Library and Typekit Marketplace, provides enhanced value to our joint customers.”

“We are thrilled to expand our alliance with Adobe and make it easier for creative professionals to access the premium fonts they need in the world’s most widely adopted creative tools.”

In addition to FontFont classics like FF Scala, FF Dax and FF Kievit, and newer designs like FF Ernestine  and FF Tisa, Creative Cloud users will gain access to standards like Arial, Times New Roman, Rockwell and Plantin for the first time, innovative typefaces like Unitext, Rosella and Neue Kabel, as well as a font pack specifically curated for presentations. The new selection dramatically increases the options available across the typographical spectrum.

“With a shared legacy of innovation and creativity, Adobe and Monotype have been proud to partner for more than 30 years to bring the very best digital typefaces to the world,” said Christopher Slye, business manager for Adobe type and Typekit. “I’m really pleased to extend our longstanding alliance by bringing all of these well-known, classic type designs to Adobe Creative Cloud users.”

If you’re interested in learning more about the partnership, and will be “down under” in mid-August, you can visit Monotype in Hall #7 at the Adobe Symposium, taking place August 15 and 16 in Sydney, Australia.

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