Oh my eyes. Best (or is that worst) part is, the use of Helvetica Neue "Lighter" (not even the actual Helvetica Neue Light) was obviously intentional. Whoever designed this thought it was a good idea to make it look like this.
And they couldn't even get the implementation of their terrible idea right by using @font-face. Helvetica Neue doesn't come with the OS you know... If you really want it to look like that, so much so that you make it integral to your design and sit it on top of your font stack, then license the font.
Considering the client, one would think there's enough money for that.
P.S. If you don't have Helvetica Neue Light installed on your computer, thank your lucky stars, you'll actually be able to read the page.