Here's a trivial but interesting semantic survey question:
Usually just writing "sans" is enough to get the idea across of a serif-less typeface, but when using the "-serif" suffix, do you prefer:
- "sans serif" (as it is in the Oxford English Dictionary)
- "sans-serif" (as it is on Wikipedia)
- "sanserif" (as spelled by Robert Bringhurst)
- something else?