We keep seeing more and more websites using Typotheque webfonts, and it gets harder to select a representative sample. Here are three new sites that got our attention recently:

Royal Jordanian airlines has chosen to use the Typotheque webfont system on their website. They have already been using Fedra Sans in their offline presence, in advertising and on their planes, so using the same typeface on their website gives them a consistent look and feel.

Royal Jordanian

Musée Rodin in Paris has decided to use the self-hosting licence option. Their new identity was designed by Intégral Ruedi Baur using Irma Bold for the logo and thinner versions of Irma for various headlines.

Musée Rodin

Calmas Design specialise in the restoration of residential and commercial buildings. Their website was designed by the Canadian design firm Urbanink, using the entire Fedra collection: Fedra Serif A for the headlines, Fedra Sans Screen for the main body text, and Fedra Mono for the captions and credits. The website was nominated for a 2011 Web Font Award.

Calmas Design