Do you love custom emojis on Slack or Discord? Animated ones especially? Ever wish you could make an animated emoji version of whatever image you wanted? Now you can! It’s simple — just upload an image, and MakeEmoji will generate animated emojis of it.
It’s very refreshing to see brands in fashion pay attention to climate change and pollution.
This is much better than unusable clothes sitting in landfills for many years only to degrade into more synthetic and toxic waste.
Do you think more fashion brands would start doing similar initiatives? 🤔
– Amrith Shanbhag
Hello ProductHunt! 👋
I hope you’re having a beautiful day!
I would like to show you a little side-project I’ve been working on in my free time for about a year.
It is a simplified design tool which is somewhere in between design creation based on templates and professional software.
In it you have packs of adaptive elements and backgrounds which you can mix and combine into a unique composition. 🍭
Set your own colors, transform and customize each element so that the composition conveys the feelings you want.
The tool is still in its early version and you might occasionally come across a little bug or two. 🐛🐞
But I really wanted to post it here to validate the idea.
I would love to hear any feedback, comments, or discussion otherwise.
Thanks for taking time to look! 🙏
Here’s a list of potential features to implement I have right now:
– allow exporting vector graphics in svg format (should be useful for site creators)
– improve community aspect — add user sign-up, voting for publicly shared creations, better tools for illustration contributors
– polish resizable/draggable handlers and introduce align-helpers (at least to center and borders)
What features do you think I should work on first?
– Yury Molkin
I am one of the founders of BrandFort.co.
BrandFort.co was created for protecting brands on Social Media against negative sentiment and haters using the best artificial intelligence on the market.
One very important part about becoming a parent people don’t warn you about is the sad fact that your social life on the weekend will be very quickly replaced by children’s birthday parties no one but your little one will actually want to attend!
My fridge was always covered with paper invites – managing them and remembering to buy gifts for each was always a struggle. Some invites from school didn’t even make it home because they were given to the kids and I found them later at the bottom of the school bag or in a car compartment.
One weekend, my kids had four parties to attend and we showed up at the wrong venue! I knew there had to be a simpler way. And the idea of Jahwow was born.
Free to download from the App Store and Google Play, JahWow means you don’t have to shop for paper invites and can create your own customised invitations from your phone and send out to your contacts. You can also keep track of who is attending, make note of any dietary requirements and also add other invites to your calendar so you can keep track of other parties you have been invited to.