I've recently taken a liking to using typeface families (IBM Plex, etc.) due to the various conveniences (match well, consistent x-height, caps height, weight, etc.).
However, I'm missing a bunch of the features from more 'feature-rich' typefaces (e.g. Minion Pro). Specifically:
- Serif and Sans typeface, bonus: teletype
- Bold, italic, etc. in multiple weights (≥4, ≥6 idealy)
- Bonus: slanted variant
- Small caps
- Old-style numerals
- Bonus: common maths symbols
- Bonus: symbols such as numero, ordinal superscripts...
I've tried doing the obvious (to me) searches on google and have ended up with a mountain of not-quite-what-i'm-looking-for results (i.e. pages on "web-safe fonts", "best fonts of all time", "what to look for in a typeface", etc.)
I'm hoping that the well-versed folks over here may be able to point me in some good directions :)