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Don’t adjust your screen: Twitter has a new font for improved accessibility

12/08/2021

Yes, you’re not the only one. All of us logging into Twitter last night had a little shock when we saw a new set of fonts and design changes across the platform. It might take us a while to get used to it, and we might it hate it for a while. But the company explained in a thread that why it made these changes: the...
Yes, you’re not the only one. All of us logging into Twitter last night had a little shock when we saw a new set of fonts and design changes across the platform. It might take us a while to get used to it, and we might it hate it for a while. But the company explained in a thread that why it made these changes: the primary reason is accessibility. First, Twitter‘s new fonts are called Chirp (cute name), and the company claims they are designed to make reading easier when you’re scrolling through tweets. These are the company’s first proprietary…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter
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