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Adobe Fonts (formerly Typekit)

Adobe Fonts is, essentially, a more sophisticated, larger collection of online-enable (able) typefaces similar to but better IMO than Google Fonts, which Strikingly supports.

Adding Adobe Fonts support should be a no-brainer, one I've lobbied for for months but am now apparently doing so in the right place. Moreover, designers pay for the service and premium typefaces, web-optimized, etc., integrated into the Adobe CC ecosystem...

Please, let me use my preferred typefaces!?

Regards,

Ross Coburn

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    Ross Coburn

    Because it ain't Garamond if it ain't Garamond Premier Pro...

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    Ross Coburn

    Avenir Next (Condensed and otherwise) is another wildly popular example of a typeface I can't squeeze onto Strikingly, as is Newcomen (personal favourite), Bodoni 72, Charlemagne, New Caledonia, Fournier, GFS Porson (or other GFS typefaces), Modern Antiqua, SABON!, Utopia to name just the absolute essential, or in some cases admittedly just personal favourite typefaces I miss, and I am willing to bet a lot of your money that any other professional designer will have their own list as well.

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