I always give the client a complete file of their brand identity components as print & web ready vector art.
Menus and ad templates --- things that get frequently updated and revised are delivered as PDF print files and inDesign templates ---headlines are all outlined, text elements are left in place without the font folder. I list the fonts used and a link on where they can purchase & license them. Any photos and illustrations the client purchased are supplied in an organized folder.
What irks me is that is the number of times I've been asked for the full font files of a 4-letter logo I drew by hand or altered from an existing typeface …
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