Twitter’s open source emoji has you covered for all your project's emoji needs. With support for the latest Unicode emoji specification, featuring 3,071 emojis, and all for free.
Emojis for everyone 😄
Twitter’s open source emoji has you covered for all your project's emoji needs. With support for the latest Unicode emoji specification, featuring 2,841 emojis, and all for free.
A collection of design challenges created to test the process and creativity of any designer. The challenges can be used, taken, and modified in any way by anybody; whether it’s a design recruiter, a mentor, or someone who just wants a challenge.
EmojiOne is a freemium emoji icon library founded in 2014. Our mission is to deliver maximum joy through masterful design. If you’re project or campaign needs beautiful emoji, we’d love to help. 💖
Product Designer Daily is my latest side project experiment. Each day I hand-curate a list of jobs, products, and articles for product designers.
I'd love to hear your feedback!
An emoji guide for your GitHub commit messages
OpenMoji is Open-source emojis for designers, developers and everyone else!
OpenMoji is an Open-Source Emoji set created by a team of over 50 students and 2 professors from HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd. OpenMoji 12.0 creates full support for the Unicode Emoji 12.0 standard (over 3180 emojis!), introduces an iOS app and an embeddable web font!
BeeMoji is the first Chrome extension that suggests emojis as you type. You can choose one Emoji from suggestions or paste them all.
Talk to your friends in the easiest way of all: use only emoji 😮
We all know: traditional language has failed and our alphabet does not save us from conflicts, fake news, measles, not even from mom telling you off. Fortunately, emoji exist 🎉