Designing Genderless Emoji? It Takes More Than Just Losing the Lipstick


It took a year and a half for Paul Hunt to cook up Unicode’s first gender-inclusive emoji—but now your keyboard is a little less binary.

from Wired http://ift.tt/2tt0gxX
via techgadgettalk.com

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