- Unicode Technical Report #51, Unicode Emoji (UTR #51) provides design guidelines and data for improving emoji interoperability across platforms, and gives background information about emoji symbols.
- Unicode Emoji Data Files are the machine-readable emoji data files associated with UTR #51.
- Unicode Emoji Charts illustrate various features of the emoji characters in Unicode, and are intended to accompany the material in UTR #51.
- Submitting Emoji Character Proposals describes how emoji are proposed and selected for inclusion in the Unicode Standard. (Updates what was formerly Annex C in UTR #51.)
- FAQ: Emoji and Dingbats provides requently-asked questions and answers for several topics related to emoji.
- Emoji-related Press collects emoji-related media articles and presentations.
- Unicode Utilities Emoji Set displays emoji characters as an LDML UnicodeSet; primarily intended for software developers.
The Unicode Emoji Subcommittee is responsible for the following:
- Updating, revising, and extending emoji documents such as UTR #51, Unicode Emoji and Unicode Emoji Charts.
- Taking input from various sources and reviewing requests for new emoji characters.
- Creating proposals for the Unicode Technical Committee regarding additional emoji characters and new emoji-related mechanisms.
- Investigating longer-term mechanisms for supporting emoji as images (stickers).
The Unicode Emoji Subcommittee is a subcommittee of the Unicode Technical Committee operating under theTechnical Committee Procedures. Current co-chairs are Mark Davis (Google) and Peter Edberg (Apple).
Participation in the Unicode Emoji Subcommittee weekly video/phone meetings and mailing list is open to members of the Unicode Consortium as listed in §13.1 of the Technical Committee Procedures, plus invited guests. Contact usfor more information.