Aller is a sans serif font created with the sponsorship of the publisher Aller for the Danish School of Media and Journalism in 2008 by Dalton Maag Ltd. It was released to be available for all to use, up to 25 users within each organisation, for free via the DSMJ’s website.

It is great for text and comes in three weights (light, regular and bold) as well as a heavier set display variation


Dalton Maag Ltd


Aller Font Family Free Licence Agreement

This Dalton Maag Ltd Free Licence Agreement becomes a binding contract between the Licensee and Dalton Maag Ltd when the Licensee commences a Font Software download, or if the Licensee is acquiring Font Software on a permanent medium, when the Licensee opens the package in which the software is contained. If the Licensee does not wish to be bound by the Agreements, the Licensee cannot access, use or download the Font Software. Please read all of the Agree- ment before agreeing to be bound by its terms and conditions.

This Free Licence Agreement supplements, and should be read in conjunction with, the standard Dalton Maag End User Licence Agreement version 1.2:

  1. 1  You, the Licensee, are granted the right by Dalton Maag to Use the Aller Font Family, Standard Edition under the terms set out in the EULA. This free licence has a Licensed Unit size of 25 Users.

  2. 2  Use by more than 25 Users, or equivalent Website Visitors, is a breach of this Free Licence Agreement, and instead requires a commercial licence. 1,000 Website Visitors per day is equivalent to 1 User, as defined in section 16 of the Dalton Maag End User Licence Agreement version 1.2.

  3. 3  Editions other than the Standard Edition of the Aller Font Family are not covered by this Free Licence Agree- ment, and require a commercial licence.

  4. 4  Dalton Maag will provide no technical support under this Free Licence Agreement.

  5. 5  The Licensee may redistribute the Aller Font Family only as a verbatim copy of the .zip file supplied, ensuring that the acquirer’s attention is drawn to this Free Licence Agreement and the End User Licence Agreement.

You can find out more about the Aller Font Family at our website: