Font for print and e-reader?
I have a client who wants to have the same font in the e-reader and print versions of their book. The ebook will be EPUB format. They have their own e-reading device that the book will be read on (I'm not sure how this works, but I suspect that this is some kind of company specific manual that people will be reading on that company's own reading device.)
I still have to find out more about this device - I've not had my first meeting with them yet - but I would like to be able to recommend a font at this meeting.
The font will be embedded in the EPUB, so it needs to be an open license font. The client seems to like sans-serif fonts. They were using Lucida Sans Unicode up to now, but that is quite limited.
Would something like the Liberation family of True Type fonts work for print as well as screen?