Microsoft, among other things, makes its emoji built for Teams and Windows open source and invites all creative people to change them to their heart’s content. The emoji collection is now available on Figma and GitHub.
Whenever emoji are the subject of news, I find myself in a bind. Are some digital grimaces really worth reporting? Somehow I always say “No!” Want to shout, as well as realize how important emojis are to me in communication. I prefer not to talk about GIFs at all, otherwise it would be embarrassing for me. After all, I have a reputation among my friends for finding the best GIFs on any topic of conversation in no time.
But back to the emojis. Here’s to Microsoft “emoji gate” Really superfluous in Windows 11, because avoidable messages. Now they give a positive message. The aggregated functions of (almost) all Fluent Emoji are now available in . are available on Fig And GitHub made available to the community. They can not only be used freely, but can also be customized according to your own creative ideas. There are over 1,500 graphics in total, each available in SVG, PNG and JPG formats. Due to legal restrictions, some exceptions had to be made with country flags, brand symbols or good old clippy.
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I’m Martin Guse, and as you can see, I feel at home in the Windows world. For 15 years I’ve been telling the world what’s on my mind about Windows and other Microsoft products, and sometimes it’s interesting. The most important motto of my work is: From me – for you!
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