I'm exploring using Neufville Digital's Futura as body text in a student workbook for learning a medical-software programming language. The text is broken into short one- or two-paragraph frames accompanied by Q&A and hands-on programming exercises. These short frames are designed to be read only one at a time, followed by breaks to program or answer questions. The text is set with plenty of interline spacing, 12/18, to help clarify Futura's less sturdy measures, and it's set ragged right to protect the word and character spacing. My hope is that these choices will help protect the color and texture of the page.