http://digitalsynopsis.com - Most designers don’t know the difference between a font and a typeface. They use the two terms interchangeably. A font is the variation of weights (bold, italic, thin) of a typeface. A typeface is a ‘family’ of fonts like Arial, Helvetica, Bebas, etc. Think Design has created a brilliant infographic that explains the differences between 14 commonly used design terms that most novice designers get wrong. Check it out here.