Gravity Switch

We're a hard-working bunch, but don't let that fool you. We're as quick with a smile as we are with an innovative approach or a technological fix. We think our jobs are fun, and helping our clients succeed is even more fun.

From our home base in Northampton, Massachusetts, we work with local and national companies, educational institutions and non-profits. Think of us as an extension of your staff, ready to blend our talents and creativity with yours.

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Pay it forward

If you wish to say thank you to this developer, you may "pay it forward" in the following way:

CharityWare is a way to share fonts and, in the process, raise money for some worthwhile causes. Jason Mark, president and CEO of Gravity Switch, Inc., is offering the following fonts in exchange for a contribution to one of three organizations he has chosen. If you use a font for more than 1 month, or use it for a commercial purpose, you must send $20 to the organization associated with that font.

  • Loony Font: Because this font reminds Jason of being a happy, silly kid, he asks that your donation go to World Vision, an organization working to improve the lives of children worldwide.
  • Old Typewriter Font: Donations associated with the use of this font will go to the American Heart Association.
  • Scratchy Mess Font: Registration fees for this font will go to the National Audubon Society.
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