Friday, February 3, 2017

What Makes a Great Emoji?

Daily Insights 02/03/2017
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What Makes a Great Emoji?

Food and drinks account for just 82 of around 2,000 emojis approved by the Unicode Consortium.

It is the official body that regulates what emojis are added and their appearance, ensuring they work on different devices. NPR reports that Food and drinks account for just 82 of around 2,000 emojis approved by the Unicode Consortium, On Twitter, while millions of pizza slices have been sent, there is no sausage emoji, no chips and but a dearth of vegetables. There is a science to emoji's that has frustrated a lot of food brands feeling that adding emojis should be as simple as buying a UPC code.

So what makes a great food emoji?  

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Increase the Flavor of Your Food While Adding Nutrition

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Phil's Food Reviews

Evolution Fresh Smooth Greens & Kale is MY PICK OF THE WEEK!

This is my juice. Seriously! I drink a bottle of this almost every day. So I am biased - in a good way. Last week was National Green Juice Day, January 26th, so to celebrate I had two bottles! Just cucumber, pineapple, spinach, romaine, apple, kale, mango and mint juice. Watch full review.

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