Ever considered that you’ve been conditioned, on the deepest level, to interface with almost all of your computers strictly through a clickable interface? Would it be hard for you to switch up the way you interact with your machines to something completely different?
DontClick.It asks, "What if we had a different interface?" It is both a testament to and test of our reliance on clicking.
"It started as an abstract idea, where the outcome initially was uncertain. It slowly grew to what it is now an interface that wants to navigate under special conditions which provides answer to a fundamental question. Can we resist to click?"