This site for Sauder School of Business uses the imposing weight and clean lines of HVD Fonts’ Brix Sans, the brand new companion to their earlier Brix Slab.
The content here has been organised into simple paragraph-sized chunks headed by those substantial widescreen titles. The hierarchy is clear and unambiguous, while the family has enough flexibility to also function for captions and diagrams. As an occasional counterpoint, Didot Display adds a note of movement through its high contrast italic forms.
Brix Sans’ would seem to be the ideal choice for such an international economics- and business-focussed presentation; its austerity and clarity mean the typography has a direct and to-the-point feel about it, there’s no elaboration or dressing up of the content.