This answer is copied from Black and white emoji fonts – enfascination
Noto Emoji Font
Google has a fully internationalized font, Noto, whose emoji font has a black and white version:
The smiley’s are blobs.
EmojiOne is a color font with black and white fallbacks. I couldn’t figure out how ...
You don't need to edit an actual font or add multiple spaces to achieve indents, and in fact doing so would cause many undesirable problems. Anyone else on a different computer viewing/editing your document would not see the changes unless they installed the version of the font you altered. Also all spaces would be altered, not just the ones being used to ...
I thought this had been asked but didnt find it from my searches. You didn't specify an OS or specify if you were increasing or decreasing the file size. So here is a dump of some tools or apps I've used throughout the years.
A great utility to use is Imagemagick. It has convert and mogrify. Example with convert:
for image in *.jpg; do
You can't edit bitmaps in Inkscape. Inkscape is a vector image editor.
You could redraw the graphic in Inkscape however. It's not too complicated and shouldn't take too long.
All it consists of is two copies of the hypercube, one with a red stroke, one with a blue stroke on a layer above, with the blending mode set to "Darken". The blue layer is then ...
The quick way would be to use gimp to make the background of the image transparent, then it won't matter what colour your background has.
Add an alpha channel to the image:
select the colour to alpha option:
choose the background colour, white in your case
Image with transparent background:
I went through all of the previously posted options, and the only emoji that has black and white emoji as well as being up-to-date with unicode (ie- having all current emoji) is this Opentype font version of Twemoji: https://github.com/eosrei/twemoji-color-font. It is auto-generated from the color version though, so it's not as refined as some of the other ...
This is an oldie, but I'll add my 2 cents.
The first point to consider is the ecosystem the designer lives in.
An obvious reason not to choose different applications is if it has a strong dependency on external assets. This is probably the main reason people do not choose another platform and this applies to a lot of things, for example, social media.