One hot discussion on Twitter these days (especially in the design/tech parts of it) is Twitter itself. All the buzz is about Twitter’s new look. The update includes:
- New font — Chirp;
- Higher contrast (new high contrast/less blue colours, as well as high contrast buttons);
- Clearing up visual clutter (some grey backgrounds, dividers, etc).
As is usual with all things new, some love it, some hate it.
But those less happy with the new update have raised very valid and important concerns about who it prioritizes vs. who it excludes.
View the full article by Anna 4erepawko Mészáros at the UX Collective.