Sites We Like: L’Institut Choiseul, Designing for Social Change, & Common Ground

October 4, 2013

In this week’s sites we like, here are a few people (and organizations) who are working to make the world a better place for everyone.

Institut Choiseul website

Based in Paris, L’Institut Choiseul is a think tank designed to support research into economic governance issues, both in France and abroad. Leitura News is a beautiful choice for a big, dynamic header text, with other serif text in Kepler and clean navigation elements in Soleil.

Designing for Social Change website

Designing for Social Change by Andrew Shea offers case studies and real, concrete strategies designers can use when working in collaboration with nonprofits and other socially-motivated organizations. DIN Condensed appears for a bold headline font, while other body text is, appropriately enough, set in the open-sourceĀ Open Sans.

Common Ground website

Countless New Yorkers face a real challenge when it comes to finding stable housing, and Common Ground aims to help end homelessness in the city with their combined offering of housing and social services for several different populations. Text on the well-designed site is set in Myriad.

That’s it for this week; share sites you like in the comments!

One Response to “Sites We Like: L’Institut Choiseul, Designing for Social Change, & Common Ground”


  1. beatifull documents…


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