Issuu renders on-brand fonts
Issuu renders your fonts for the web upon upload, so your content remains on-brand. Don’t worry about having to deal with flattening your PDF pages to get them to look the way you want. Your fonts stay exactly as they’re supposed to look when you upload to Issuu.
Design without compromise
Fonts are an important part of your branding, and it's important to us that your content looks just the way you intended. With Issuu, you don’t need to worry about using web-safe fonts or compromised designs when uploading PDFs to create digital flipbooks. Our systems are built to render your original files accurately.
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