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Twitter Set to Launch Special Update That Will Stop Headache

Twitter Set to Launch Special Update That Will Stop Headache

  • Microblogging platform Twitter is set to make changes to its new design after some users complained of headaches
  • The update which was launched only last week features high-contrast colours and the Chirp font
  • Many users with accessibility needs reportedly found the redesign to be too bright and uncomfortable to read, leading the social media platform to promise another change

Twitter will make some changes to its design only a week after launching a new redesign.

The new changes are set to e implemented after some users complained about headaches while using the microblogging platform.

When the social network launched the recent update last week, they claimed that it will improve content consumption among users and convey emotions better.

The design involved the use of high-contrast colours and company-owned Chirp font which was launched earlier this year.

The redesign however did not get the reception that the social network had hoped that it would receive.

Some users claimed the fonts were smaller and now difficult to read, especially for people with visual impairment.

A tweet from Twitter Accessibility revealed that the social media platform had noted the complaints and was working towards changes.

“We’re making contrast changes on all buttons to make them easier on the eyes because you told us the new look is uncomfortable for people with sensory sensitivities. We’re listening and iterating.”

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Meanwhile, several users under the thread have advised the social media platform to switch back to Helvetica font which was being used before.

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