This Help icon is made in Material Design style developed by Google. This style is based on extremely simplified shapes, thin two-pixel lines, and is optimized for 24x24 px. Unlike other vector icon packs that have merely hundreds of icons, this icon pack contains 4,900 icons, all in the same style and quality.
It is circle with a question mark in the middle. The question mark is very prominent and exactly in the center of the circle. It is pretty much like a button you would click if you wanted help on a topic, or an image you would see to find information.
A Help icon is all I need because let's face it; no one can fix my problems. I've tried everything, psychiatrists, psychologists, relationships, even my own parents. What turned out to be helpful was that free icon that I could use on my new parenting website or that new dating app I created. Even though my new ventures didn’t work out so well, I’ll just stick with the icon pack.
Usage of the Help Icon
The first step to getting help around here is finding where to get it. Let’s go back to the time you wanted to pull your hair out in frustration because you couldn’t fix that damn PC. You proceeded to the internet; they said it’s a safe place. Your search directed you to thousands of websites with forums, videos, and troubleshooting guides, and you got kind of relieved knowing that you share the same pain with online strangers. You clicked one of the links, then scrolled through the website, but to no avail. You clicked another one. And another one. Then stood up from your seat, picked up that damn PC, and tossed it out the window. It was the best thing you could have done. Next to calling up a technician or maybe having a little patience. At least that PC was bound to die anyway.
In future situations, the help icon can step in anytime between the moment that a problem shows up and the moment you decide to throw your stuff away. The image of a circle with the question mark inside it shall be there to help you.