Large and/or decorative type used for headlines and as graphic pieces in displays . The most common sizes are 14, 18, 24, 30, 36, 48, 60, and 72 point.
Type which is larger than the other text matter.
Large type, often bold, used in headlines to grab attention.
A typeface used to attract attention in ads.
Type used for titles and headlines. They are usually used larger than 12-point.
Type used for headlines, advertising and signs. Also called headline type.
Type that is bold or larger than other text on the page such as headlines.
Type intended to catch the eye, usually of a large size and distinctive typeface.
Type set larger than the headings and body type, usually for title pages and chapter headings.
In typography, type set in a larger point size than the text (commonly greater than 14 point), such as in headlines.
Large, bold fonts often used to command attention.
Type that is meant to be more prominent than the regular text type. It may be set in a larger size, a different face, boldface, or on a line by itself. (cf. body type)
is the type that is used to capture the reader's attention and convey the main message.
Type that is larger than body type and treated in a special way to give it emphasis (bolding, etc.). Display type is used for title pages, chapter openings, subheads, etc.
Heds, deks, pull quotes and other written material that's printed in a larger font or different color from the main body copy, to help draw a reader's attention.
larger type used for headings etc. Normally about 18 point or larger.
Type faces, used for headlines and other attention-getting elements, as distinguished from body type. Display type starts at 14-pt upwards.
Large and/or decorative type used for headlines and as graphic elements in display pieces. Common sizes range between 14 and 72 point.
General term for type set larger than surrounding text as in headings or advertisements. Usually 14-point or larger.
Type used for headlines, advertising, signs, etc. rather than straight text.
In composition, type set larger than the text, used to attract attention.
large type (14 pt. and up) often used for titles, headings, subheads, etc.
Type sizes used for titles, approximately 16 point or higher.
Any type that stands out from the rest of the type on a page which attracts attention of the reader.
Type that is set larger than the body type, used to attract attention to headlines, deck copy, callouts, pull quotes, and the like.
Used for headlines and advertising copy, it is larger than 14 points.