Vector Emoji

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#5 Product of the WeekAugust 14, 2017
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Thanks for hunting this @chrismessina! Since forever I have looked for vector versions of various Emoji. Emoji today are so ubiquitous in our design language and I personally use them a lot. I have been in plenty of situations where it would have been great to have a set of editable and scalable emoji. Unfortunately there are close to zero good sources online– I at least never managed to find any that I liked. So I'm pretty excited to release a vector emoji set in the freebie section on Apply Pixels. I spend a lot of time trying to get these as close to the real thing has possible. They're available for both Photoshop & Sketch. Hope you find a use for them! 😍
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@chrismessina @flarup Thank you for not forcing me to enter my email before I downloaded the file! Entered it afterwards because of that.
@chrismessina @flarup hello! Any way this will be made available in Adobe XD? We dropped Sketch a while back already
@florian_monfort Just open PSD files in XD and you're good to go! PS: Recently XD added better support for opening Sketch files.
Are these free for commerical use?
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Are these not copyright-protected by Apple? From my understanding, specific Emoji implementations are owned by the entity who created them, and these are the ones from Apple.
@flarup's awesome emoji vector package has finally been released for Sketch!
@flarup @chrismessina Kind of infuriating that you know someone originally made all these (anyone know who?) and the vector version exists out there somewhere! Maybe an Apple employee could leak them πŸ€—
@flarup @brandonhaslegs I know, seriously. I don't understand why Apple doesn't release them. Maybe there's a way to decode the Apple Color Emoji font to get to the vectors?
I was just working on a design in photoshop with printscreen/paste from emojipedia.org when I got the notification you published these πŸ˜€. Too bad it's only the common ones.
@mightyalex Thanks Alex! I'm hoping to expand the set in the future πŸ‘