Microsoft put more than 1,500 branded emojis in the public domain

Microsoft put more than 1,500 branded emojis in the public domain

Microsoft has made available to the public the originals of the 3D-Emodzi, in the Fluent Design style. A library of 1538 emoji is available on GitHub and Figma, and everyone who wants to improve the originals by creating new original emoticons.

However, the software giant's application does not mention the possibility of using its own smiles in Windows. Also note that the developers did not share all the emoji with the community. For example, the popular emoji Clippy, created on the basis of an assistant clip from Microsoft Office, did not become a public domain. Microsoft also failed to make public the company's logo and some other copyright-protected images. This was reported by John Friedman, the corporate vice president of Microsoft for design and research.

Mr. Friedman noted that it was not easy to open the originals of 1538 emoji. , noted Friedman.

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