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Various Walk-Thru Tutorials and Videos on How The WLA Creates Things

The WLA uses These Fonts

Playfair Display – many of the site headers and subheaders

Montserrat – more subheaders and most of the body text

When using a thin weight, it’s very classy and stylish.

Oswald -Great for “pre headers”, especially with a medium-bold weight (this text is set to a weight of 400)

Fjalla One – Very similar to Oswald. This can be found in the “Quote Block” on the homepage

The WLA READY “1 Pager” Uses The Following Fonts

Note: These fonts fall outside of the Google Fonts (that are found on this website).  So they will be listed, however you will not see them rendered in the actual font.

The WLA uses These Colors

Below is a palette with “old” colors plus the new colors (as of Fall 2018). Hex values listed above each color.

The WLA uses These Logos

Below is a palette with “old” colors plus the new colors (as of Fall 2018). Hex values listed above each color.

The WLA Logo horizontal version for website





The WLA Women Leaders Association Logo


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