Tern narrow -
"Narrow" version of Tern (short for Trans European Road Network), to be used for road traffic signs. Its use is mandatory on Austrian traffic signs since 3 October 2013. In 2014, Slovakia introduced Tern as the official road sign typeface.
All Tern fonts are available in Latin and Greek character set, and are provided in OTF and TTF formats. Install either the .otf or .ttf format. It is not required to install both. Choose the format better suitable for your system.
Further information on the file-formats:
You will receive an email containing a link for download right after purchase.
END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT ("EULA") FOR "Tern" TYPEFACES
By ordering any of the "Tern" fonts the orderer accepts the following conditions:
Grant of license:
On behalf of Prof. Erik Spiekermann, copyright owner of the "Tern" typeface family, the purchaser of a "Tern" typeface is granted a time-unrestricted license to use the typeface on up to 5 computers per licensee belonging to a single individual, company or organization specified on the invoice.
The licensee agrees to not modify, duplicate, reproduce, sell, transfer, license or otherwise distribute the Typeface in any form, nor make, or request others to make, modifications and/or additions unless explicitly authorised by the provider of the license.
Transferring text set in "Tern" to others (e.g. printers, producers of signs, subcontractors, freelance designers) is allowed if the text has been converted into paths or if the third parties have acquired user rights themselves.
The use of the "Tern" on webpages and other electronically supported media is permitted but must not be made available to others for download.
Only with the explicit authorization of the provider of the license the entire range of the "Tern" may be depicted resp. embedded in electronic and other documents.
Limitation of liability:
Limitation of liability: It is warranted that the licensed Tern typefaces is free of errors for 90 days from the date of purchase. During this period any Tern typeface template proven to be defective is replaced.