Category Archives: Webtype in use

Brand Everywhere: Ally Bank

Today, the Webtype Blog launches a new series of articles about type, branding, and the value of a consistent, comprehensive identity. Brand Everywhere will present case studies of organizations who present a strong, seamless brand experience by standardizing their typography … Continue reading

Introducing the Webtype Gallery

Did you notice the new tab in our navigation? We added another section to the Gallery. There we’ll regularly post examples of Webtype fonts in the wild so you can see yourself how they perform under real life conditions. … Continue reading

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Over on Smokey Bones’ website you can see burgers stacking, glasses emptying, gift cards and billiard balls moving around. And of course Interstate Condensed and News Gothic Condensed in action.The website was revamped by design studio Push and the interactive design consultancy … Continue reading

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When he learned that is using Antenna, its designer Cyrus Highsmith was delighted. Being a sci-fi fan himself, he could not imagine a cooler application for his typeface.

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The Dutch activist website is part of a spirited campaign against the trade of weapons. An initiative of Amnesty International, Oxfam Novib and Pax Christi, the website as well as all other media were designed by design studio Sazza, Amsterdam, who … Continue reading

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Oakland and Washington based design studio Free Range recently launched its new website with fonts from Webtype. Benton Sans was chosen for headlines, deck, pull-quotes and the like, while Benton Modern RE is used for body copy and navigation.

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You may not have a lot of chances to use a Lamborghini in all its glory on your local interstate, Lamborghini on the other hand put Interstate to splendid use on their website. After all, what better fit could you imagine than Interstate and cars.

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The Swedish company Stutterheim, manufacturer of raincoats, just re-lauched their website using Bell webfonts from Webtype. The transitional English serif is suiting Stutterheim just fine. With numerals this elegant even larger sums look attractive. The design of the website is … Continue reading featured on Fonts In Use

A new post over at Fonts In Use details the typography of the new, including an in-depth look at the site’s use of fonts from Webtype. It includes quotes from those involved with the design and development, giving an … Continue reading

GOOD/Corps uses multiple webfont vendors for their uniquely typographic website

GOOD/Corps is a creative consultancy focusing on projects with positive social impact. An offshoot of the GOOD media platform, the organization helps companies put their resources toward good causes. The GOOD/Corps website was designed by Atley Kasky and Keith Sharwath, … Continue reading


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