The different fonts are referenced using unique token names to achieve uniform application of the texts in different use cases across multiple platforms. These tokens, just like the color, are split into primitive and semantic categories.

Primitive Category

This category refers to the seven sizes that were chosen as typesets from the major third ratio. They form the foundation for all the other fonts generated and used across the typography system. Since these tokens lack complete styling however, they are should not be used directly in designs and as such do not have any roles ascribed to them. However, if a new role emerges and the need for a new token arises, these typesets, serve as the reference size for any new font to be created.

Type Table

Semantic Category

The fonts in this category have specifications that make them suitable for certain use cases either across all platforms or in any given platform.

Type Table