Who in logo creation must buy a license to use the font, the contractor or the customer?
I'm working on upwork.com and took the job of creating the logo for a music band. I had downloaded some fonts from the Personal (Personal) license. I offered the customer one font, and he liked it. However, Commercial license to use this font paid. There is the question: Who should buy this font, the contractor (designer) or the customer?
Because it is the product of a third-party vendor used in the framework of the project - logo design.
A simple analogy - it is like a third party paid module to the system being developed.
The customer can refuse and then You have:
1. Or to find the most similar of freely downloadable fonts for a fee.
2. Or suggest a different logo with a different font
3. Or to abandon the project.
Eulalia22 answered on July 8th 19 at 12:11
the customer of course, as the use of font ask him, not you.
jace_Bechtelar87 answered on July 8th 19 at 12:13
The contractor for itself, the customer for itself.