This is a Menu icon. We've made it in iOS style, first introduced in iOS version 7 and supported in all later releases up until now (at least iOS 11). This style is based on thin two-pixel lines and is optimized for 50x50 px. Unlike other vector icon packs that have merely hundreds of icons, this icon pack contains 12,500 icons, all in the same style and quality.
Its an image of the icon representing a menu option. The image consist of three horizontal lines of equal length. Each line is separated by an equal length. Its like two rectangles stacked on top of each other with no sides.
We've received the idea on October 29, 2013 and created the icons on February 03, 2014
Menu (like ios7) with the three parallel stacked bars
Story about Menu Icon
Don’t let these three simple bars fool you—our free menu icons are in high demand. The famous menu icon project was created by internationally renowned user interface designer Jørg Smellssonn. Each icon actually originates as an individually hand-carved block of cheese from a recipe passed down through generations of his family, scanned in 3D in Smellssonn’s underwater design lab, refined by a team of overpaidnerds in Silicon Valley, and then deposited on our worldwide network of fiber-linked servers just for you to download quickly. Smellssonn's team then eats each cheese sculpture and immediately deletes each icon file as soon as it is successfully downloaded, ensuring that each of the menu icons remain unique.
Usage Story of Menu Icon
One of the many wonders of the world is having a lot of options at our disposal. Just looking at a menu of a frozen yogurt place, the choices can drive a perfectly normal person crazy. There are just so many choices, and so many things to explore. A menu, whether of a restaurant or an application, tells us just that. So the next time you are bored out of your wits, just grab a random menu and take a hard look at it. The fro-yo permutations are endless!
The most familiar menu icon is probably the three parallel horizontal lines that are collectively known as the hamburger button. It’s that tricky button that leads to a surprise side menu.
Just looking at a menu of a mobile app, website, or any other software, there are multiple content that users are expected to wade through. A single tap of a menu icon leads to many features designed to make things more and more convenient. You can choose just about anything—the kind of Uber car, friends, and whatnot. It is definitely equal parts advantageous and overwhelming.
True to our promise of giving you nothing less than a plethora of choices, there are other menu icons you can select from:
And for food-related purposes, some menu symbols to choose from are:
Just remember to choose wisely and keep things simple for everyone’s sake.