I thought of you when wondering about Verdana as a headline typeface.
1) Would you say it might be, or SHOULDN'T (as it was initialy drawn for the screen)?
2) Could you help me understand what this means: "His Verdana and Tahoma families were designed for the screen and EXTENSIVELY HINTED; they sacrifice economy for readability, A SENSIBLE DECISION WHEN SCROLLING IS CHEAP BUT PIXELS ARE SCARCE." (found on the typowiki)
…does this simply means that it is not apropriate for printed matters (specialy in big size)?
Thanks for your opinions,