Announcing that its keyboard app contains over 200 small emojis Deseta Design says that the current collection is available for download on the App Store (Android version coming soon).

Deseta emojis include icons of injera, buna, jebena and goursha.

“That knowledge gap has always felt like a burden to me, so this is my way of sharing a little bit of what I know with people who are both younger, older and much smarter than I am.” Over the years Solomon has won an enthusiastic following both in Ethiopia and abroad.

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“I am always excited about the most recent human innovations in science and technology that impact our lives,” Solomon said in a recent interview with Tadias Magazine, noting that it was one of his buddies who suggested that he become a TV personality so he can free them from his constant obsession.

“It was a jokester friend of mine who inspired me to do it,” Solomon recalled with laughter. That was in 2012.” Fast forward five years later and Solomon — who works full time as a Senior Technology Consultant for Deloitte — has so far taped over 130 episodes of his show featuring fascinating guests including NASA scientist Dr.

The images “celebrate everything ethiopian in all of its glory,” says Maro Haile, owner of Deseta Design, an NYC-based online creative venture, whom we featured here three years ago highlighting her Ethiopia inspired holiday cards. According to Deseta Design the emojis work in several ways including “a sticker pack that you can use while you are in i Messages and a keyboard that you can use in multiple messaging apps such as Whatsapp, Viber, and Facebook.

Deseta Design states: “As messaging apps keep evolving and new platforms keep getting introduced – such as Snapchat, Fitbit – we will continue to release new versions that will work with them as well.” — Tadias Magazine By Tadias Staff Published: May 8th, 2017 New York (TADIAS) — Long before Solomon Mulugeta Kassa launched his popular Tech Talk televised show on Ethiopia Broadcasting Services (EBS) highlighting Ethiopian scientists, his friends used to tease him about his nonstop enthusiasm for the newest robot, space exploration, or digital gadgets.

It was not glamorous stuff…we would work all week to get a couple hundred people to come see him,” Yohannes shares.

“It was pretty incredible going from those smaller events of a couple hundred people to events with tens thousands of people over time.Like many young people at the time in this country, Yohannes points out that the inspiring moment for him came following the 2004 election, where one of the high points was the election of Obama as a Senator.“At the time I was in college, and I was captivated by his 2004 convention speech,” Yohannes remembers.Tadias Magazine By Tadias Staff August 25th, 2017 New York (TADIAS) — For your next text message you may now include Deseta Emojis to express yourself with Ethiopian humor.The digital icons often used to communicate ideas and emotions comes courtesy of Deseta Design.“So I eventually contacted EBS and made a proposal for the show. Brook Lakew, who is an Associate Director for Planning, Research and Development, Solar System Exploration Division at the U. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, as well as Ethiopian American scientist Sossina M.