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Stuff & Nonsense

Contributed by Darden Studio on Feb 7th, 2017. Artwork published in
circa September 2015
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    Source: https://stuffandnonsense.co.uk Stuff & Nonsense. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Stuff & Nonsense is one of the best known web design studios in the UK. They specialize “in creative visual design for websites and web applications and for eighteen years [they have] worked with clients from all around the world.”

    For the typography of their own studio website, Stuff & Nonsense have relied on Jubilat since 2013. Designer Andy Clarke on the “Go, go, go, rillas!” relaunch:

    I’d fallen in love with the Jubilat typeface from Darden Studio. It’s incredibly versatile and has its own strong personality. We’ve used Jubilat in four weights, extra light, light, regular and bold, all served through Typekit who have made Jubilat look especially fabulous on screen. We now also use Jubilat for all our other materials too.

    With the latest redesign dubbed “It’s the taste”, a second typeface by Darden Studio was added to the mix. Omnes is used in light and medium weights, complementing Jubilat in all sections of the website.

    Headlines are rendered in the elegant ExtraLight weight of Jubilat, while body text is set in the more robust Regular. The sans serif Omnes is specified for subheads and complementary information in the sidebar.
    Source: https://stuffandnonsense.co.uk Stuff & Nonsense. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Headlines are rendered in the elegant ExtraLight weight of Jubilat, while body text is set in the more robust Regular. The sans serif Omnes is specified for subheads and complementary information in the sidebar.

    Omnes takes the lead in the design section.
    Source: https://stuffandnonsense.co.uk Stuff & Nonsense. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Omnes takes the lead in the design section.

    The Contact overlay page features Omnes’ appealing numerals — mixed inline with Jubilat.
    Source: https://stuffandnonsense.co.uk Stuff & Nonsense. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The Contact overlay page features Omnes’ appealing numerals — mixed inline with Jubilat.

    The Design page demonstrates that Jubilat performs great across a range of sizes.
    Source: https://stuffandnonsense.co.uk Stuff & Nonsense. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The Design page demonstrates that Jubilat performs great across a range of sizes.

    The header is distinguished by reversed type, in white against shades of red. While the logo features Jubilat Bold (with a custom raised ampersand), the menu is in Omnes Medium.
    Source: https://stuffandnonsense.co.uk Stuff & Nonsense. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The header is distinguished by reversed type, in white against shades of red. While the logo features Jubilat Bold (with a custom raised ampersand), the menu is in Omnes Medium.

    The studio’s blog “And all that Malarkey” has become a go-to resource for standards conscious web designers and developers from around the world.
    Source: https://stuffandnonsense.co.uk Stuff & Nonsense. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The studio’s blog “And all that Malarkey” has become a go-to resource for standards conscious web designers and developers from around the world.

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    Source: https://stuffandnonsense.co.uk Stuff & Nonsense. License: All Rights Reserved.

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