In April of 2008, shortly after Apple released Safari 3.1 with webfont support, we announced the free download of Graublau Sans Web—one of the first professional webfonts specifically released for @font-face use on websites.
At this time, the download kit only included two OpenType fonts, which could be used in Safari. Our goal was to support the “webfont revolution” and hopefully someday have a full webfont support in all browsers. Today, this is already true. All current browsers have webfont support—even though this support is usually achieved by providing different webfont formats.
Since Graublau Sans Web is still a popular typeface for websites, we decided to update the download kit. Now it includes all common webfont formats (TrueType, WOFF and EOT).
You can see a live demo of the typeface here.
Download the webfont package including CSS code here.
Note: We provide this typeface free of charge, but that does not mean that it is free of rights. Please study the EULA, which is included in the download package. Some key facts:
- —You can use this typeface free of charge for personal or commercial projects.
- —You can only use the typeface as webfont via @font-face linking.
- —You can NOT use the typeface for regular design work, like creating print brochures, logotypes and so on.
- —You can NOT redistribute the typeface on other websites.
- —You can NOT bundle it with web templates, smartphone apps and so on.
- —You can NOT create derivative works of the typeface.