Fonts to consider for super-readable latin alphabet copy.
New to me, and I like it. But I'll need to look at it for a month before I can decide to use it. Sans-serif, but the q and l both have fine serifs, and the M does not have that long center like Helvetica M. Speaking of comparison to Helvetica, the em height is better, leading to less oblong letters. I'm not a fan of the W.
By now a classic. Heavier than Raleway. Cleaner and more traditional?? than Raleway.
Wonderfully easy to read letter-to-letter, word-to-word. Unfortunately, from a broader viewpoint, e.g. looking at the whole screen, Helvetica text just doesn't have the calm appeal I'm looking for. When I see it, I always want tampermonkey again so I can have it replaced on the fly.
Probably the only serif font that will make this list. But I will probably only use it for sites with less copy.
Verdana was king of "modern" for years. I find it a bit tiresome now, and it takes up space that I'd rather leave empty. However, I just noticed Verdana Pro today, and maybe that's the happy Verdana that uses the space I want to give it. Probably Windows only, or only for machines with Microsoft Office installed.
Not a list of web fonts.