Does anyone here use TypeKit on client projects?
I don't have a CC subscription so I don't get it for free.
Until now I've either used Google Fonts or just embedded font files on client sites c/o places like FontSquirrel. The thing is, there are some really nice fonts I'd like to use that aren't available from those place. E.g. Sofia Pro or Avenir - Google Fonts doesn't have anything sufficiently similar to them.
I'd prefer not to own the TypeKit account myself - I'd rather I got my client to set it up and it was billed to them. That's because if for whatever reason I can't continue with the subscription or something else happens, I don't want all my client sites to suddenly switch to arial.
So anyway, with subscription-based font libraries like TypeKit, how do you convince a client that paying a monthly/yearly subscriptiption for a font is worth it? Do you tell them up front that they should budget X amount for fonts? Or do you produce the design and say 'if you want this font, it'll cost you'?