So we often run into print designers who choose all these crazy fonts that don't look good for the web.
As a backend web programmer, what do I tell print designers to help them select non-system fonts that will render well via CSS3 on the web? What is the checklist of requirements?
Or perhaps someone can show me some good blogs on this subject?
Additional Note: The biggest problem has been that these print designers make things that look amazing in photoshop. But as soon as we implement their designs into a website, they are not satisfied with how inconsistent and unpolished it looks depending on the browser and operating system you're using. Some fonts do a better job than another. What is the science behind selecting a font that works well across all browsers and operating systems?