Twitter changes button colors again after complaints of eye strain

Twitter changes button colors again after complaints of eye strain
Twitter changes button colors again after complaints of eye strain

Twitter is resetting the contrast on its buttons after comments about its design updates earlier this week, with some people reporting eye strain and migraines due to the high visual contrast in the colors of the buttons and links, as well as the new font. The Verege.

Changes by contrast also included a black follow button that pops up if you’re not following someone, confusing many who used to be different. It’s not yet clear if this change will be reversed..

As is usual any time a popular site changes its design, the immediate reception to Twitter’s changes has been mixed. Some of my users will probably get used to it Twitter On updating over time. But for those who say the new design has caused them pain, the change has highlighted a common problem with online accessibility..

And accessibility is not one-size-fits-all; A feature that makes a site more accessible for one person can make it more difficult for another person to use it. High contrast is often helpful for people with low vision, but it can be painful for people who are sensitive to bright colors or light.

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