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What is a good font for reading a speech from a lecturn? I am a professional speaker, and while I usually use point form for my own notes, this question came up when my wife was preparing a two minute speech.
I was surprised not to find anything definitive on the web (just "use a big font".)
The desired attributes are easy to read (with or without glasses), easy to find your place if you look up, and one that your eye "flows along."
My own guess, from my limited (and probably dangerous) knowledge of typography would be a fairly uniform stroke with small serifs, moderate width, and ???