Harvest Stout was inspired from a vintage tool box I restored. After re-creating the letters I needed, I knew I had to see the rest of the typeface through. The confident and condensed letterforms work perfectly for logos and headlines. You could use it for posters to make a package on a shelf speak loud and clearly. Whatever you decide, Harvest Stout brings a wonderful warm and vintage feel.
Harvest Stout includes over 240 glyphs and comes with desktop and web font files.
At some point while you work with clients, it become inevitable that you'll need to bring in a third party product, service, or company to work on the project.
Aside from how to hire or find that resource, one of the biggest questions I hear is how to handle paying them. There's usually two avenues you can take: make the client pay them directly or pay them yourself and charge the client back.
Both options have their pros and cons.