Standards Manual's new book dedicated to late 90s Japanese emojis

Standards Manual’s new book dedicated to late 90s Japanese emojis

Standards Manual have previously published graphic manuals for Nasa and the New York City Transit Authority. Hamish Smyth and Jesse Reed’s publishing imprint Standards Manual have released a new book celebrating the emojis designed by Shigetaka Kurita for Japanese telecoms company Docomo. 176 symbols were originally created and according to their research, Docomo came up …

Internet Archaeology – A Gallery Of Early Internet Images

The World Wide Web is relatively young. But the concept of the internet - the "global system of interconnected computer networks" - dates back to the 1960s. The US government aimed to build better communication via computer networks but due to size and cost, computing was restricted to academia, the government and private corporations. When …