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These Emoji Flashcards From Domino's Will Teach You How to Talk to Your Kids

Опубликовал: azaryan75 в Advertising - Пн, 20 июля 2015

These Emoji Flashcards From Domino's Will Teach You How to Talk to Your Kids These days, if you can't understand emojis, life is not worth living. But there is hope, thanks to an "Emoji Literacy" campaign from Domino's and Crispin Porter + Bogusky.

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As you might recall, CP+B won the Titanium Grand Prix at Cannes (honoring the most breakthrough idea of the year) for designing an emoji ordering system for Domino's, which lets folks place orders on Twitter and via text message simply by typing a pizza emoji.

Now, in something of a follow-up, client and agency have created 52 flashcards designed to help the uninitiated "speak" emoji. The cards—a tongue-in-cheek promo which really should boost your emoji prowess—are available for free starting today at emojiliteracy.com.

There's even a faux PSA explaining the initiative.



"I didn't know what to say," laments one befuddled middle-aged dad. "I just replied BRB and hoped they don't text back." A teary-eyed mom fears that if she can't communicate with emojis, somebody might "take my kids away from me."

So, smarten up and master emojis! (Sure, you could spend your time learning an actual language, like French or Spanish or Mandarin, but really, what for?)


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