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Washington Post Offers News-Related Illustrations for Readers to Enhance Messages

by | Oct 18, 2016

The Washington Post now offers news-related illustrations for readers to visually enhance their messages directly within an iMessage chat and on Viber. According to The Post, “the expressive graphics are available in The Post’s first sticker pack and feature colorful images and text—such as “Good news,” “Huge if true” and “No comment”—which can be embedded directly into conversations.

““The stickers we’ve created allow users to say what they want about news without having to type a complete thought and simply add delight and character to their conversations,” said Amy King, design director for The Post’s Emerging News Products team.”

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