What do you think is the most inventive usage of emojis you've ever seen?

Beaufort Caron
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Jennifer Laura
Yung Jake is a contemporary artist that creates intriguing pieces by combining graphic design, portraiture, and emojis.
Jack Owen
At the very least, you may always send a unique message to demonstrate that you wish to communicate with the other in a unique way.
Assi Mahmood
I've also seen folks on Messenger playing Tic-Tac-Toe since it's simpler to compose.
Anna Mandziuk πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦
I found the way that Grammarly utilizes emojis to be quite inventive. When you're writing an email, emojis appear to signal how your text may sound to a reader (friendly, professional, etc.). Of course, this feature can't be right 100% of the time, but it motivates you to evaluate the text and maybe switch some words a little.
Paul VanZandt
I never saw it but this reminds me that they made an "Emoji Movie" πŸ˜‚
Daniel Henry
@paul_vanzandt Yes, I have watched it. I think it was just an average movie but good for killing your time.
Jenny Sahng
Also, love the way that Wordle harnessed emojis to allow users to easily share their results in an iconic, recognisable, platform-agnostic way - therefore creating virality!
Jenny Sahng
Nathan Pyle who does the Strange Planet comics does a bunch of amusing tweets/polls with emojis. Examples: https://twitter.com/nathanwpyle/... https://twitter.com/nathanwpyle/... https://twitter.com/nathanwpyle/... https://www.facebook.com/nathanw...
Kazimieras Melaika
You know "movies described with emojis"? I'd say it's pretty inventive usage. Doesn't give too much value but still, interesting kind of trivia! Btw, we’re launching in late May. Check out our upcoming PH page: www.producthunt.com/upcoming/eff... Our project is called: Effecto. It’s an app for detailed habits, health, symptoms, and meds tracking. Pretty much for everything that is related to your physical or mental health and every daily factor that can affect you.