I've had a peek at your question guidelines, it looks like my question is on-topic. I really have no idea how to even research this problem, as my butchery of typography terminology will now demonstrate:
I'm looking for a fat, stubby sans serif typeface. This is roughly the shape of, for example, my desired letter 'b':
I just screencapped an existing 'b', drew on it, and blew it up in MS paint, so it looks pretty terrible. But it has aspects I'm looking for:
a short, wide ascender (though this one is pretty extreme):
a circular count and bowl:
a wider ascender than stem:
I'm pretty new to type, so I don't even know how to look for a typeface like this. So far, scrolling through sites like Font Squirrel is overwhelming, and search queries like "fat stubby sans serif" are (unsurprisingly) not very helpful. How can I find a typeface like this? It'd be wonderful if someone could link me a specific font, but more valuable is help with the process of finding a typeface with criteria like mine.
I don't even know if such a search is even feasible - do people with these problems need to hire a designer for typeface design? As far as I know, that's an extremely nontrivial task!