Twitter management decides to change the design after users complained of headaches
Silicon Valley: Micro-blogging site Twitter is redesigning its recently launched design following headaches.
Just last week, Twitter unveiled a new design with high contrast colors and a custom design font, Chirp. Unveiling the design, the Twitter administration said that at first glance, it may feel strange, but it will improve the use of content as well as make it look clearer. But the design did not receive the expected response from users, and users complained of headaches, calling it annoying, difficult to read and light painful.
Consumers say that it is too small and dense and you have to widen your eyes further to read, which causes headaches. Another user said that he suffers from low vision and any eye problems. It is impossible for an individual to read in this design.
A few days after the users’ complaints surfaced, the Twitter administration said in a tweet: Are changing so as not to put too much pressure on the eyes.
The day after the tweet, Traitor said, “The cause of the eye problem is not the design but the newly introduced font Chirp, and we are working to resolve the issue.”