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Accessibility on Social Media; Tips for Ensuring Your Social Content is Accessible

Quick question – is your social media team taking the necessary steps to ensure your social content is accessible to all audiences, including those with sensory disabilities? Today, there are 466 million persons in the world with disabling hearing loss and 2.2 billion people that have a vision impairment or experience blindness. If your social teams aren’t taking the extra steps to create an accessible experience for everyone on social media, you’re excluding billions of people from being abl...
Tags: Instagram, Social Media, Seo, Emojis, Unicode, Content Creation, St Petersburg College, ASCII, Ignite Social Media, Facebook Instagram LinkedIn, Alexa Heinrich, Alexa Heinrich Social Media

More Kardashian Drama: A Legal Fight Over Ownership of the Kimoji Emoji Set–Liebensohn v. Kardashian (Guest Blog Post)

by guest blogger Gabriella Ziccarelli [Eric’s introductory note: I have made a personal life choice to ignore the entire Kardashian enterprise and their constant and often faux drama (except that I have occasionally mocked the Kardashians in my law school exams). I’ve decided that life is short and I should invest my limited energy and attention only into people who truly deserve such a precious resource, and none of the Kardashians, or anyone in their orbit, come close to clearing this stand...
Tags: Kim Kardashian, Instagram, Law, Marketing, Copyright, Chicago, Kardashians, Jonathan Cheban, Kardashian, Kim, Oklahoma, Martin Singer, Trademark, Emojis, Unicode, Kim Kardashian West

Facebook still isn’t taking Myanmar seriously

Facebook picked election evening in the U.S. to release a major report on its role in Myanmar, where it is widely accused of failing to prevent its social network from being used to incite genocide. The situation is arguably more severe that alleged Russia-backed attempts to meddle with the 2016 U.S. election — people have died in Myanmar as Facebook has been used to spread hate speech against its minority Muslim population for years. Yet, Facebook pushed out this independent investigation — ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Asia, Europe, Instagram, Indonesia, Russia, Southeast Asia, India, US, Tech, BSR, Thailand, Asia Pacific, Philippines, New York Times

The Most Groundbreaking Beauty Moments Of 2017

With just a few days to go until the much-anticipated end of 2017, it's time to look back on the year that was: both the bad times and the good. In the beauty space, there were setbacks, but there were also people and brands that pushed the industry forward in a major way.We saw inclusive campaigns that revolutionized the makeup world. Natural hair was celebrated — both in shampoo ads and in the workplace. Redheads finally received the emojis they petitioned for. Hollywood got real about repres...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Beyonce, Instagram, Mac, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Aclu, Army, Manhattan, Time Magazine, Halle Berry, Naacp, Charlottesville

Here's your first look at all the new emoji coming next year

The new 2017 emojis may have just arrived on iPhones, but it's already time to start thinking about next year's emoji candidates.  Unicode, the consortium responsible for choosing the new emoji across all platforms, announced the beta version of the 2018 emojis on Monday. The new list includes redheads, a bagel, a lacrosse stick, and more.  These emojis aren't finalized, however. According to Emojipedia's Jeremy Burge, Unicode won't approve the final list of new emojis until January 2018. Bef...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Unicode, Emojipedia, Jeremy Burge Unicode

Dumpling and fortune cookie emojis could be inbound after Kickstarter success

A dumpling emoji has been added to the emoji bundle, Unicode 10.0, after a successful Kickstarter campaign, which met its goal ahead of its deadline. Fortune cookie and other food-related emoji are also planned. The post Dumpling and fortune cookie emojis could be inbound after Kickstarter success appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, Web, Kickstarter, Emoji, Emojis, Unicode, Kickstarter Campaign

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