A typeface does not get the “ITC” stamp of approval so easily. New fonts are selected for inclusion in the ITC Library based on both aesthetic and practical criteria. Allan Haley, Director of Words and Letters at ITC: “An ITC font must be attractive and visually appealing for graphic designers. It should have a unique character that make it stand out from other fonts, and be versatile in order to offer a solution to a wide range of graphic communication problems.”
The ITC Library OpenType Edition is a respected typeface library. It goes without saying the CD contains all the classics, like ITC Franklin Gothic®, ITC Stone®, ITC Officina® or ITC Conduit®, plus exciting new releases like ITC Resavska™, ITC Tactile™ or ITC Stone® Humanist.
You can find a list with all the typefaces included in the ITC Library OpenType Edition 2.0 below: