I have these tokens in a design system for font sizes:
Design needs to add a size between
regular and I'm stuck trying to find something that makes sense… Any suggestions?
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You can use the following terms to denote size between small and regular.
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In CSS various font size values are :
x-large xx-large smaller larger
You can probably use x-small and then small and regular
If you’re going with “mega” and “giga”, how about
, which would require skewing the scale, though.
There’s also the term “smedium” i’ve been hearing more often lately. I think they use it mainly for clothes, but it might work here too.
Other possibilities are combined words like:
Or a word with a corresponding meaning:
But in any case it could be helpful if you append each fontsize with a small marker, to give a clue about the size, like (+) (++) (+++)