Group of typefaces with similar letter forms and an unique name. Garamond, including all weights and styles, such as light, semibold and bold italic, is a type family. Also called family of type.
A group of weights and widths of a particular typeface. A complete type family might include light, medium, semi-bold, bold, extra-bold, all with italic, condensed, and extended versions.
a group of typefaces having the same overall styling but having different individual characteristics
The collective name for the ROMAN, BOLD, ITALIC and BOLD ITALIC CHARACTER set of a given TYPEFACE. Other styles, such as semi-bold, light and condensed can also be included.
In typography, a group of typeface s created by common design characteristics. Each member may vary by weight (bold vs. regular) and width (expanded vs. condensed) and may have related italic versions.
a group of related type styles and designs (i.e., typefaces), with variations in width, boldness, and other properties; also called a type group.
All of the related fonts (styles) of a particular typeface, based on the original face.
A collection of typefaces related in design but differing in character weights and styles.
Also called font, or fount. The characters of one design (ex. Times New Roman) which are available in upper and lower case roman type, with companion italic, bold and small capitals. ex. Times New Roman - roman Times New Roman - bold Times New Roman - italic Times New Roman - italic bold TIMES NEW ROMAN - small capitals
A group of typefaces that are similar in style, usually differing only in boldness and whether characters are straight (Roman) or inclined slightly (Italic). to top
A typeface of the same design but with varying weights, widths, and styles.