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Microsoft Makes Its Emojis Open-Source For All To Use & Adapt For Free


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There’s a reason we get new emojis every year—there can never be enough of them. These expressive icons punctuate modern speak and offer context when face-to-face connection isn’t possible.

Emojis are so essential in everyday communication, Microsoft reworked its entire emoji ecosystem last year to make this language much more colorful. Now, most of those designs are being shared with the masses to “build with—and build on,” as announced by Jon Friedman, Head of Microsoft Office Design, in a new blog post.

Microsoft’s emoji library is now accessible on Figma and Github, the latter of which was acquired by the company in 2018.

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