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Case Study Specific Design – Icon Texting App

Case Study Specific Design – Icon Texting App


Emojis have grown immensely popular over the past few years, so popular in-fact that an emoji translation of Mobi Dick has made it into the library of congress. I set off to design my own system of emojis based on everyday activities such as waking up, brushing my teeth, eating breakfast, walking, using my phone, talking, using an elevator, buying groceries, hanging out with friends, listening to music, etc. How can I communicate with others about what I was doing with simple icons? The resulted use is a sort of hieroglyphic system that requires some deciphering. Wether the app is frustrating or funny to use is really up to the user.

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Icon app

I am a Design and Technology Student at Parsons the New School for Design in NYC. I chew bubble gum and kick ass.


  1. michel tom · April 3, 2024 Reply

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  2. hanry · April 4, 2024 Reply

    You are right that emojis have grown immensely popular over the past few years, and students express their feelings through emojis many students during exams send each other crying emojis which is why assignmentexperts.co.uk provides top class samples like Critically evaluate the student’s theoretical knowledge of entrepreneurship, to the students for better understanding of their assignment topics.

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