Regular emojis and text can get boring, so I wanted a way to make messaging a little more interesting.
What it does
EmojiArt enables you to customize emoji art with emojis or your choice, copy them to your clipboard, and post them wherever you want!
How I built it
I built it in Android Studio, using Java.
Challenges I ran into
Representation of emojis in the code threw me through a loop at first because I was overthinking it.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
I started a day late and still got my project up and running, without many hiccups. At first, I was not going to participate because I had so many things to do, but then I got my stuff all done and was able to start my project late Saturday afternoon.
What I learned
I learned more about Android and how to code in the Android environment. I realized that coding for Android isn't as hard as I had thought. I learned a whole lot more about Android Studio and how to use it. I also learned about using emojis in my code and using Android functions like the clipboard and scrolling.
What's next for EmojiArt
In the future, EmojiArt will support user created templates. This will allow users to create their own designs and save them so that they can use these self-created templates whenever they want.