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  2. Font - Wikipedia

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    In metal typesetting, a font is a particular size, weight and style of a typeface. Each font is a matched set of type, with a piece (a "sort") for each glyph. A typeface consists of various fonts that share an overall design. In the 21st century, with the advent of computer fonts, the terms "font" and "typeface" are often used interchangeably ...

  3. Montserrat (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    Montserrat (typeface) Montserrat is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Argentine graphic designer Julieta Ulanovsky and released in 2011. It was inspired by posters, signs and painted windows from the first half of the twentieth century, seen in the historic Montserrat neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. [1]

  4. Open Sans - Wikipedia

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    Open Sans is an open source humanist sans-serif typeface that was designed by Steve Matteson under commission from Google. It was released in 2011 and is based on his earlier design called Droid Sans, which was specifically created for Android mobile devices but with slight modifications to its width. The typeface is characterized by its wide ...

  5. Typeface - Wikipedia

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    For example, Times is a font family, whereas Times Roman, Times Italic and Times Bold are individual fonts making up the Times family. Font families typically include several fonts, though some, such as Helvetica, may consist of dozens of fonts. In the loose terminology of desktop publishing, these distinctions are often lost and the term "font ...

  6. Avenir (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    Avenir. Avenir is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Adrian Frutiger in 1987 [1] and released in 1988 by Linotype GmbH . The word avenir is French for "future". As the name suggests, the family takes inspiration from the geometric style of sans-serif typeface developed in the 1920s that took the circle as a basis, such as Erbar and Futura.

  7. Times New Roman - Wikipedia

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    Times New Roman is a serif typeface. It was commissioned by the British newspaper The Times in 1931 and conceived by Stanley Morison, the artistic adviser to the British branch of the printing equipment company Monotype, in collaboration with Victor Lardent, a lettering artist in The Times's advertising department.

  8. Unicode font - Wikipedia

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    A Unicode font is a computer font that maps glyphs to code points defined in the Unicode Standard. The vast majority of modern computer fonts use Unicode mappings, even those fonts which only include glyphs for a single writing system , or even only support the basic Latin alphabet .

  9. Arial - Wikipedia

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    Arial. Arial (also called Arial MT) is a sans-serif typeface and set of computer fonts in the neo-grotesque style. Fonts from the Arial family are included with all versions of Microsoft Windows after Windows 3.1, as well as in other Microsoft programs, [2] Apple's macOS, [3] and many PostScript 3 printers.