I find that adding supple wrist dips to staccato within any dynamic range helps to style and shape lines, phrases, etc.
Here’s it’s first executed within a scale framework. A cat cameo appearance is the opener.
Now a sample of shaped staccato in the soft range, played after a nicely contoured legato. (just snip it out) This is preceded by a direct forearm staccato example.
Basically, staccato can be expressed in many shapes and forms depending upon what the music dictates.