The term describing a type design of any size, including weight variations on that design such as light and bold, but excluding all other related designs such as italic and condensed. As distinct from a type family, which includes all related designs and a font, which is one design of a single size, weight and style. Thus Baskerville is a type family, whereas Baskerville Old Style is a typeface and 9pt Baskerville Bold Italic is a font. With computers replacing metal type, the term font no longer signifies a specific size, making typeface and font closer in meaning. However, typeface is more properly used as the term for a subfamily (Helvetica Condensed) where font is more properly used to specify one design within that subfamily (Helvetica Condensed Oblique).