Presidential Typography?

hellojon's picture

Hey folks,

Just did a quick survey of the websites of the current presidential contenders. Is it just me, or is anyone else diggin' Obama's website, typography, and overall design aesthetics?! Granted, they may be going a bit overboard with all of the 2.0-ish reflections and what not. But if you compare these websites... I don't know, it's a dramatic difference. Some serious subtlety over at barackobama.com. All politics aside of course.

http://hillaryclinton.com/

http://www.johnedwards.com/

http://johnmccain.com/

http://mittromney.com/

http://www.mikehuckabee.com/

http://www.dennis4president.com/

http://www.barackobama.com/

Rodrigue Planck's picture

Sadly for the UFOs and those out in further space, the MOONBATS, Mr. Kucinich has opted to drop out of the presidential campaign.

The Truth shall set you free

Alaskan's picture

Way to stay on topic, Rodrigue.

I agree that Obama has a gorgeous identity, and his website is really beautiful. His logo is so popular it's been made into jewelry and sold on ebay, and I actually met a woman who had it tattooed! (How's THAT for a moonbat, Rodrigue?)

AK

Si_Daniels's picture

>Mr. Kucinich has opted to drop out of the presidential campaign.

>The Truth shall set you free

Rodrigue Planck's picture

I did not comment on the other candidates who are still in the race, that link was so out of place.

I hardly think a tattoo of a pol is wise, but I do like tattoos on women, And Alaskan, my wife has tattoos (A Christian with tattoos):)

I think Obamas got the best type of any Democrat in a long time, but when the content does not match the packaging, it could get real ugly, real quick.

Simon, if you are going to be witty, you need some, uh, wit.

The Truth shall set you free

Si_Daniels's picture

>Simon, if you are going to be witty, you need some, uh, wit.

Wah! ;-) Seriously, didn't mean to offend Mr. Kucinich or any other believer out there.

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