Over 90% of US emoji users agreed that the icons make it easier for them to express themselves and 60% said they improved their mental health, according to a new survey.
An Adobe survey found that 67% of emoji users think people who use emoji are friendlier, funnier, and cooler than those who don’t.
The Global Emoji Diversity & Inclusion report by Adobe surveyed 7,000 people from seven countries.
A new report by Adobe for World Emoji Day reveals surprising new findings on the increasing role that emojis play in our culture, economy, and daily communication. Also, Apple introduces a slew of new emojis for 2019.
Adobe and the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation teamed up to turn fragments of five unfinished typeface designs from the 1920s and ’30s into full-fledged digital typefaces.
Oslo’s Munch Museum and an “award winning Photoshop brush maker” teamed up to create a set of digital brushes based on seven real ones that Munch used.