Abc ➙ Abc
Generate small caps that work pretty much everywhere.
Type something below, click to copy,
then paste the results wherever you like.
Put simply; small caps are lowercase letters that resemble uppercase letters:
Aaa Bbb Ccc
As a general rule, operating systems, browsers, and social media sites don't support small caps—instead, they must be installed as separate fonts. There is, of course, a trick—more on that below.
Small caps are a subtle way to add emphasis to your writing.
They're an authoritative and official looking alternative to
italics or boldface—and quieter than ALLCAPS.
You can use them wherever you feel it's right, but they have some specific uses too:
They're often used instead of ALLCAPS to print acronyms, preventing them from seeming SHOUTED.
e.g. I love NASCAR. I also love nasa.
Though not a rule—many editors prefer to uses small caps for am and pm.
e.g. class starts at 8 am and finishes at 4 pm
Some publications use small caps for the first few words of an article or chapter in a book. Usually to help the reader transition from a drop capital into regular lower case letters.
This generator replaces standard Unicode characters with non-standard ones—mostly characters used in the International Phonetic Alphabet:
International Phonetic Alphabet
ᴀ ʙ ᴄ ᴅ ᴇ ɢ ʜ ɪ ᴊ ᴋ ʟ ᴏ ᴘ ʀ ᴛ ᴜ ᴠ ᴡ ʏ ᴢ
ǫ s x
These characters are not intended to be used as small caps, but in many contexts—including social media posts, bios and email—they're the only option.
They work on reddit, instagram, facebook, twitter, and other social media sites.
You can use the small caps generator to name bookmarks and folders in your web browser.