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Microsoft recommends using the Cambria font if you have to use a serif font. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/apps/jj553415.aspx


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Horses for courses... web is not the same as print. This from UrbanFonts:


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I'd suggest an experiment in long-form, where you set the same text using different types and discover which best suits your use case, your design, and perhaps which progressively enhances into a webfont if you require that. With tools like codepen you can quickly iterate on different fonts and font-sizes. On this codepen I've done so, but with webfonts: ...


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Interesting question. I think you can have a look at the paper "Letter case and text legibility in normal and low vision". In the abstract you can read: Using a single unaltered font and all upper-, all lower-, and mixed-case text, we assessed size thresholds for words and random strings, and reading speeds for text with normal and visually impaired ...



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