Trope-a-Day: Color-Coded Emotions

Color-Coded Emotions: A common way of encoding emotive data for the use of, say, emoji v-tags, along with geometric shapes and other such abstract symbolism. Very handy for passing along this sort of information when you don’t necessarily share body language, etc., with your interlocutors, especially since it tends not to be tied to any one species’/cultures’ interpretations of such things.