Again, I will be using the website for the City of Minneapolis for my final project. The style sheet for the website would be a very interesting one as headings vary from column to column and their area of the page. Illustrations are used only across the top and down the left side. Finally about 80% of the text on the page is, or is a part of, a link. It is a very eclectic website that will be interesting to redesign.
The headings seem to vary from column to column, but they also seem to vary within the columns as well...
Column 1: There is the toolbar which stays consistent, but below the toolbar there is a heading for "Results Minneapolis" which is within an illustration. After that there are some oddly linked headings that are sometimes bold, sometimes not.
Column 2: There is a heading for news and events that does not match the size or style of any other heading on the page. Following that, all news stories are fully hyper linked so they do actually match.
Column 3: The final column is another potpourri of fonts, sizes, and links blended with a few graphics.
All in all the confusing nature and variety of the type on the page are very interesting to take in. It may have been created by several designers at different times but all it really does is violate the three Redish ideals constantly.