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Emojis have outgrown the role of the happy note in a message for years. They shape the way we communicate, interpret messages and share emotions online. Picture or 1000 words, that idea. And new ones are still being added. Reason enough to take a closer look at this cultural phenomenon. Because where do they come from, why are emojis such a success worldwide and how future-proof are they really? In short, the stand in emojiland. But first, before I forget. Happy World Emoji Day!

 

It was announced this week that a new set is in the works for next fall. Whether they will make it all the way to our keyboard is still exciting, but on the drawing board are at least pushing hands, the ginger root and the jellyfish.

Every day we send each other millions of emojis worldwide, our social media is full of them and the annual releases of new emojis set by the Unicode Consortium (more on that later) always causes the necessary buzz . The emoji has also been a popular research object for years from a scientific perspective. From communication science, of course, but also from other disciplines such as psychology, intercultural communication, and even law. For example, research is being carried out into how sent emojis serve as potential evidence in forensic investigationscan serve. And to think that the emoji has only been embraced en masse and universally as a visual language since 2011(!). That is the year in which the first set of emojis appeared on the keyboards of our smartphones and other devices thanks to unicode.

 

How July 17 Became World Emoji Day

World Emoji Day was created in 2014 by Australian Jeremy Burge, founder of Emojipedia . This is still one of the most well-known and comprehensive encyclopedic websites and a reliable archive and news source for all things emojis. Why World Emoji Day is July 17th? In 2002, this was the day Apple first launched the calendar feature iCal for Mac. Is there already a bell ringing? The calendar emoji  still shows this Software Managers Email List date. Emojipedia is releasing a video series on the occasion of the 8th edition of World Emoji Day this year in which various experts have their say. The series is about their research into emoji, emoji slang , the selection process, and emoji culture. View tip!

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Emoji: What was it again? A brief history

The Without Dictionary (affiliate) by Lilian Stolk is an extensive and pleasantly readable Dutch standard work on the meaning of the emoji (culture). Stolk describes in her book how, long before the emoji saw the light, the yellow smiley was born in the US. Graphic designer Harvey Ball ( though Hollywood gave this a different spin ), signed the roguish face in 1963 for $45 for an insurance company that want to boost morale among its employees. He cal it the smiley.

The design was successively embrac by the hippie movement, 80s pop culture and acid house and managed to survive for decades. In the eighties there is also professor Fahlman who one evening has an e-mail discussion with colleagues about the ARPAnet, forerunner of the internet. In their latest message, they joke about a free fall from an elevator at the faculty. To make sure their colleagues don’t mistake this message for a serious report in the morning, Fahlman closes it with a :-). With that, the emoticon (a combination of emotion and icon) was officially born as an internet language. In other words, the smiley made of punctuation marks.

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