The ZOOM font that is used in the official logo for this well-known internet video conferencing software is a typeface by the name of Kaleko 205. It was designed and created by the design team at the Talbot Type foundry.
Below is a preview image of this font:
Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing tool that allows users to communicate with each other via smartphones, tablets, and computers. Zoom is based in California and was founded by the former CTO of Skype, Eric Yuan in 2011, The software experienced a dramatic global increase in 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Zoom has free plans for casual users and paid plans for businesses that need more than 1,000 concurrent conference participants. Zoom once a small company on the brink of extinction is now an industry leader, as millions of users have adopted it as a popular method of online lessons and business meetings.
The Zoom logo features lettering with rounded corners, this design embodied the brand’s core values: boldness, minimalism, and simplicity. The first logo of Zoom software was created in 2011 and remained unchanged for more than two years. and In 2022, the Zoom logo underwent a redesign. The new look is clean, sleek, and modern. Despite the fact that this is a very simple logo, the designers managed to add an interesting element by changing the shape of the letters “Z” and “M.” The vivid, light blue color has become the signature of Zoom. This shade is often referred to as sky blue. Zoom uses a typeface that is sans serif font.