The biggest problem with Disney characters, however, is that they can be pretty darn boring.
“They can be frustrating,” said Ben Schwartz, a co-founder of the social media site Quirky and the former editor-in-chief of BuzzFeed.
So Schwartz set out to design a system that would allow people to “fill in” the characters with the appropriate social media tools, like Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr.
This year, he said, he’s seen some pretty strong engagement.
Schwartz says the system is more than just a fun way to keep people inspired.
He also wants it to be a way for the characters to be more “real” than they are now.
If a character can’t get a follower, he or she will just become a random image floating in the ether, said Schwartz.
The system, he says, can help the Disney characters become more relatable to people.
While the system works, it doesn’t mean that you should just play around with the system.
Schwartz said he was worried that if you didn’t really want to, the characters would just disappear from the Disney app.
That’s not the case.
The system has already garnered attention on Twitter, where users are sharing the results of the experiment.
A screenshot of the system on Twitter.
It has been a blast, Schwartz said.
We were able to create a really unique way to get a reaction out of the characters.
“We’re excited to see how the community responds to it and how people use it,” he said.
The social experiment is just the latest in a long line of Disney-themed creations that have been around for years.
Earlier this year, Disney launched a line of stickers called Disney Princesses.
They came with Disney-branded stickers, and they’re available on Amazon.
Disney Princesses are now available in stores nationwide.
But Schwartz said the new system is different from the stickers.
It’s the first time he’s used a new social media tool that allows people to design their own characters, Schwartz told ABC News.
The concept was inspired by the social network Quirksy, which is also based in New York City, he added.
The project was inspired, in part, by the Disney Parks Blog.
It’s a place for Disney fans to share their ideas and insights about the company and its characters, according to the site.
Schwyz said he also wanted to create something that would work across platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, all of which are used by people around the world.
He said his social media system was inspired in part by the blog, and he was hoping to use it to share some of the same ideas and experiences he had in the social experiment.
Schwarz said he started by creating a social media account for his characters.
I used Twitter as my main account.
I did a few things that are really simple, but people still love it, he told ABCNews.
I have my friends who use it all the time.
I get lots of likes, shares and followers.
And I’ve had people email me with questions, asking how they could use my character or how I can improve it.
I just love the feedback I get from it.
Schrz said the system allows him to see if he can create a character that people want to interact with, but also how they would react if he made a different one.
Schultz said he has no plans to turn the system into a business, but he said he does plan to expand the system as he sees fit.
“I’ll be more open to exploring how to expand it,” Schwartz said, adding that the system could be used to help people who want to learn about how the Disney universe works.
Schlick, who also works at Quirysy, said she thought the system was “fun and exciting.”
“I like the concept, and I think it can be fun,” she said.