has revamped its website to better showcase its licensing partnerships and to provide free personal use access of its assets to consumers.
The new website offers consumers the ability to search Emoji’s catalog of icons, wallpapers and stickers and download any items for personal use free of charge. Emoji.com’s asset availability is coupled with a full site redesign that aims to better illustrate the company’s collaborations with partners.
“Making our creations available for free for personal use is a natural step as we continue to work with our partners around the world to create consumer products, promotions, events and experiences that break out of the norm and promote self-expression in all its many forms,” says Marco Hüsges, chief executive officer and founder, The Emoji Company. “This is what the Emoji brand is all about.”
To welcome the new site and asset unveiling, Emoji has also launched a new range of 3D animated emoji brand icons that have been added to its now free-for-personal-use
The website update comes more than two years sinceEmoji
acquired the emoji.com domain. It received the rights to the website in February 2017.
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