Introducing Trial Fonts
The recently updated Spiegel Sans is our first family to feature trial fonts.
Register a free user account and subscribe to our newsletter to access the trial fonts. You will find download links for all available trial font packages in your account.
When a family has trial fonts, there is also a “Get Trial Fonts” link on the family page.
The LucasFonts trial font license
- You receive OTF, TTF, and WOFF2 file (if each format is available).
- Before downloading the fonts, you must subscribe to our newsletter.
- A free user account is required in order to download trial fonts.
- Fonts are provided for the purpose of deciding whether you want to purchase a commercial license.
- The fonts can not be used in published content.
- Students can use the trial fonts for non-commercial projects that are part of their studies.
The legally binding full license text can be viewed in your account and is also included in the downloads.
What is the difference between trial fonts and the full fonts?
There is a trial font for each style of the family, but not for each different character set or supported language that is available for commercial use.
The character set is reduced to only contain basic characters, so you can get an impression of what the typeface looks like. The full character set is shown on the package details page and may differ among the various packages that we offer.
OpenType layout features
The trial fonts only contain kerning, but no other layout features. All available layout features are shown on each package’s respective package details page.