Concept is new and has lots of potential - it's so near. I'll just tell you what I like to see from a font and you might get some ideas from that. First of all, each letter needs to be clearly defined - no second guessing or doubt. A V should not look like a U, or a C look like a G. Secondly, I like letters that have a common base line. I don't mind if some letters are a bit taller, but it becomes a problem when they get too close to the lettering on the above line. I know that letters, like C, G, J, O, Q, S, and U, sometimes cross the limits, ever so slightly, to bring some weight to its base, and some height as well, to those that have a curved top, instead of floating on its curved edges top and bottom - its more psychological, but important. Thirdly, I like type that mostly have even positive and negative space within, and between, each letter combination. Sign-writers adjust letter spacing so that a word does not break up due to uneven spaces. From a distance, or by squinting, spacing can easily be critiqued. Hope this will help you.
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