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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
Within each generation, there is something that stands out, especially in the way of communication from oral to written. In the '70s there was a heavy influence of shorthand, in the late '90s cell phones, social media and emoji evolved, and now Kanmoji has appeared, which takes emoji to another level. Kanmoji Basic: Simplified Emoji. Kanji-like. Handwritable by Emojigraphy Team is a fun way to create and learn a new language. Just like learning sign language, Spanish, or any other language, it takes time and due diligence, but with perseverance you can learn the language. With the movement of a few strokes, understanding the rainbow color palette and some time, anyone can do it. With each Kanmoji, we will see the Unicode and shortcodes associate with the symbol. Learn how to create the symbol :rofl: (shortcode), 1f923 (Unicode) or :heartbeat: (shortcode), 1f493 (Unicode) Kanmoji style.
When I initially chose this book, I immediately thought about shorthand, Chinese writing, and sign language because a lot of the symbols and fluidity of movements are similar. It was a joy to learn not only about the correlation between emoji and Kanmoji, but to learn the influence of colors, as these pertain to the rainbow, was interesting. As the reader continues to practice the art of drawing instead of focusing on writing emojis, you will be able to communicate through social media and impress your friends with this new form of communication. This book is a part of a series, and there is more to come. So get your copy of this book and be ahead of the evolving trend of communication.