Just a few decades ago, we had been making documents via typewriter. They were fast and efficient, but any typing was permanent, and the devices were mostly mechanical. This meant that failures were common, transport was a hassle, and the typewriter only did one thing - type! So when computers arrived, it came with a revolution - the pointing device. Usually a mouse, pointing devices allowed anyone to control a computer without the need to type. This opened up a whole new world of opportunity, which continues to grow today. And it all started with a click.
Clicks and pointing icons are represented in many ways, the most common of which is a triangular cursor. We have these and more in various designs:
Another common depiction is the pointing hand - and we have pointing hand click icons as well:
Fancy some carets? These important click icons are available in our vast database, too:
We considered contextual click icons as well. Here are just some of the many examples we have: