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Bitmoji - Turn yourself into an emoji

Intro:    Hello!  This is Emily; I'm the new kid at SCLS working as a computer technician along side Craig.  I graduated Madison College in December 2016 and started at SCLS shortly after.  When I'm not installing and imaging PCs I enjoy annoying Craig, reading, shopping, and spending time with my animals.  I have 2 dogs (Ellie and Luna) and 2 cats (Bud and Weiser, yes that is really their names).  I also just recently became engaged to my boyfriend of almost 4 years.  Okay, that's enough about me for now :)

    Are you looking for a fun way to represent yourself at the library and in your personal life?  Then you should download the Bitmoji app from the Google Play Store or App Store.  This fun app allows you to create a caricature (or emoji) of yourself that you can post to social media, send to friends and colleagues via text or email, or use theMeowm creatively in the library.

    The app itself is easy enough to use and walks you through every part of creating your face.  From choosing your jaw line to eye shape and color to hair style and ears, you can create a pretty accurate character with your features.  After choosing your facial features, you can choose an outfit that best represents your style.  Next you will see hundreds of different poses, phrases, and actions your bitmoji can do.  You can express different feelings, holidays, sports, or actions  They do not move and are more like a sticker you can paste places.

    You can create a bitmoji of yourself for your Twitter profile picture, Office 365 profile picture, or a Facebook post wishing everyone a good holiday.  Think of how fun it would be to have all staff at your library create their own character then print it out and place it on their name tag or desk plate.  You could also use it in your personal life in Snapchat, text, Facebook messenger or save as an image.  

    Bitmoji is a fun app and tool to represent yourself in a fun way without using a real photo.  Download it and try it out!

    I have created my own character below as well as another SCLS staff member.  Can you guess who?  

 

Meow MeowThumbs up for plaidGoals: Wear leopard print more oftenThe daily grind"I love my job!"


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