Sites We Like: Women’s March and Love & Victory

We never get tired of seeing the websites people put together with Squarespace, especially when they choose fonts from our library! Here are two sites we noticed — and we love what they’ve done here.

Women’s March

Women's March website

Proxima Nova is a great choice when you’re working with a lot of bold color blocks, as Women’s March does on their site. It’s a classic sans serif and popular for good reason — it’s almost impossible to make it hard to read. And clarity goes a long, long way for a site that aims to organize.

Women's March website

Detail from womensmarch.com.

Body text is in Adobe Garamond, a serif with gorgeous tall ascenders and an easygoing style. It also has plenty of space to breathe on this page, which helps to showcase its personality.

Love & Victory

Love & Victory website

Love & Victory is a Brooklyn-based shop with a beautiful collection of items online — and evidently a decent bartender behind the camera. Most text is set in Brandon Grotesque, a graceful sans-serif that makes for light, breezy navigation (especially when set in all caps) and charming body text.

Love & Victory website

Detail from Love & Victory website.

LTC Bodoni is used alternately for headings, and its high-contrast shapes draw the eye right away — especially due to being set in Italic, which adds to the energy overall.

Have you seen type you love on the web? Has a poster recently caught your eye? Seen any really funky ampersands lately? Send us submissions for Sites We Like — we’ll probably think it’s neat, too, and would love to see what stands out to you. Hit us up on Twitter, or leave a comment below.

2 Responses

  1. Thanks for noticing our site! And Women’s March is great company to keep 😉

  2. gandía says:

    Good post! Keep it up

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