Not good for your visual health Toni Reid spotted the Family Health Freedom Network, and wisely informed the Font Police. The logo itself has a falsely condensed cut of Arial, and in the above example, the URL has been stretched. On the website itself, the name and the slogan have been condensed by different percentages. It seems to use all caps everywhere (and squashes them, too), especially with the old Balloon Extra Bold typeface, which older readers may remember from Letraset dry-transfer sheets. We also spotted Dom Casual there, also condensed. Someone is having too much fun playing with the original proportions to these types, and for the sake of legibility and taste, please stop.