The Font library in Zoho Forms supports over 200+ fonts broadly categorized into:
Serifs are characterized by the decorative little strokes or curves that are appended to the tips of a letter's stem. It is a classic style chosen for newspaper titles and book fonts. If you want a traditional or formal look on your form, Serif fonts are ideal, as they date back to the 18th century and are identified by the seriousness and the loyalty of your brand.
As the name suggests, Sans Serif fonts do not have the strokes or curves at the tips of the letters unlike Serif fonts. They are built of basic, clear lines that are all the same width. Choose sans-serif fonts if you want your brand to appear more modern, fresh, and welcoming while still maintaining a traditional vibe.
These are the fonts in which each letter takes up the same amount of consistent horizontal space and this makes the words look like they are more spaced out. If you have a large portion of text on your form, choosing a Fixed width font can make the text more readable.
Display fonts are typically used for headings since they are less legible for the other areas. They come in varied shapes and styles to draw the attention of readers.
These fonts express individuality and allows businesses to choose which emotions to emphasise - casual, fun, or creative expressions. They are typically used in Logos. If you want to communicate significant information, select a less styled font unlike the decorative font which is readable and will avoid confusion.
They are intended to fit the distinct charm of human writing as though they have been written in hand and to give your text a more personal touch. You can showcase your business as a warmer, nicer, friendlier, more casual, or simply more reachable brand than your competitors. But keep in mind that they're also not the easiest to read. On a tiny screen or from a distance, even the finest handwritten fonts might be difficult to read.
Calligraphy fonts are commonly used for brief headers or form descriptions because they can be difficult to read in longer texts. For example, if you're making a wedding RSVP form or a children's birthday party invite, you might want to keep things elegant, relaxing, and stylish with calligraphy fonts.