- Twitter has launched a new design for its app and website, including its own font, higher contrast, and less gray space.
- The update was intended to increase accessibility, but many disabled users and accessibility experts disagree, pointing out that some of the changes have made the site less accessible.
- Twitter has responded to the concerns with promises to fix some of the key issues.
Last week, Twitter rolled out a redesign that the site claimed would make the website and app more accessible and user-focused. However, many disabled users and accessibility experts disagree and have pointed out flaws