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Signemoji

Award: Wood Pencil

Wood Pencil / Digital Design / Existing Platform/New Iteration / 2017

More deaf people who yearn for someone willing to communicate with them. But for people without hearing disorders, sign language can be difficult to learn which explains why only less than 5% of Chinese know how to use sign language. How can we make it easier for the public to learn sign language? More and more people in China are using emoji to communicate. we can leverage this trend to make emoji an interactive but also informative language.
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