Designed by Alex Tarallo and Donald Tarallo, Waypointer is a dingbat font published by Tarallo Design.
Waypointer is a font that can be used to indicate direction or emphasis in documents, signage, or websites. It is easy to use because its size matches the standard cap height of most fonts.
The arrows are accessed with the standard keyboard keys. Make your own arrow of any length with the 1 to 9 keys. Use uppercase (A to Z) and lowercase (a to z) for pre-made arrows that point right, left, up, or down.
Those who use OpenType will find useful features, such as stylistic sets for changing arrow directions in 360 degree angles and stylistic alternates for quick changes between pointing right and left.
It has a few extras such as a map pin, anchor, and lightning bolt. These are included and accessed with the comma, period, and zero keys.