It's official: Columbia emojis have arrived!
The trend of unique emoji keyboards has exploded recently—Ellen DeGeneres and Kim Kardashian are among dozens of celebrities with their own personalized keyboards—and the World Wildlife Fund ran a trailblazing fundraising campaign with their Endangered Emoji set.
Also inspired by our own Barnard's creative B-moji keyboard, the Columbia Alumni Association (CAA) saw a great opportunity to join in on the way people are communicating. Emojis have become a powerful tool in the online conversation.
So, C-moji was born.
The Low Down has a preview of some of the awesome C-mojis and GIFs you'll get when you download the app: