Sites we like: Denny’s, Kickin’ Chicken, Food Sense, and Lagar de Costa

Fast food, plant food, and a good bottle of wine in this week’s sites we like.

Everyone’s favorite late night coffee and pancake spot is made that much better by Mark Simonson’s Proxima Nova. Denny’s uses the regular and condensed versions in a convincing trompe l’oeils of a trifold menu. Note the relief shadow on the headings.

The Kickin’ Chicken pairs Bello’s curves with Superclarendon’s chunky serifs. Superclarendon’s quirky design is the perfect voice for Kickin’ Chicken’s cheeky copy.

Elsewhere, Food Sense promotes plant eating with resources, recipes, and a curated list of vegan-friendly vendors. FF Tisa serves as headline and body text, communicating effortlessness and clarity. The handwritten logotype is similarly lovely.

And last but not least, Lagar de Costa is a vineyard in Pontevedra. FF Meta Serif shows off its classy side for the refined palette and spacious layout.

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

6 Responses

  1. James says:

    Liking the use of Futura on

    Enjoy the weekend, beer time calls 🙂

  2. Well since you ask: I like the Trump Gothic / Le Monde Courrier combo on and 🙂 Have a great weekend!

  3. Mail'ette says:

    Thanks for making me waste an hour looking at those fast food restaurant websites. =) I’m an Aussie and I always loved the design of American fast food, especially the typography on the older style ‘Americana’ diners etc.

    It’s so different to what we have down here. I’ve been to your Outback Steakhouse as well, to get your perspective on our food. It wasn’t bad =)

  4. Mandy, thanks for featuring my work for Lagar de Costa here. I’m glad you liked the site 🙂

    Meta Serif is also been used all over my site as body text

  5. Becky says:

    Welikesmall always does a fantastic job creating new and engaging ways to represent well known brands online! Great post.

  6. Welikesmall says:

    Thanks for posting our work on Denny’s. It was a fun project for us to be a part of.

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