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Which fonts are designed for accessibility and good screen legibility?
Well, as I'm sure you're aware it is simply common knowledge in the design field that san serif's are more readable than serif fonts. With that said however, from personal experience, I find it difficult to read san serif fonts that are too closely kerned. For example: BenchNine google.com/webfonts/specimen/BenchNine An example of a nice, readable san serif is Hammersmith One: google.com/webfonts/specimen/Hammersmith+One