Synonyms: font family

A set of fonts that share common design features and are intended to work together.

A typeface can include as few as two fonts or as many as 40 or 50.

The fonts included in a typeface can offer a range of weights (such as light, normal or book, bold, and black), a range of widths (such as condensed, normal, and wide), and variants tuned for specific sizes (caption, body, and display, a word referring to large type such as headings and titles).

A typeface also typically includes stylistic variants such as italics or oblique, small capitals, and other unique variations.

Also see: font.