Why Twitter’s Dying (And What You Can Learn From It)
umair haque

I’d like to think it’s the problem and that it can be fixed but abuse very much exists in other platforms where the user base is growing. My experience has been thats its design is too cluttered, not visual enough, and my feed was only about startups and business — my brain got tired of it. Twitter’s user profiles has clear vanity metrics, which are discouraging for most. I have now switched to Instagram, which I hadn’t used before I too deserted Twitter. It feels like a digital vacation, versus going at work, at war. The future of design seems extremely clean, visual, optimized for emotions. I hope their ship is too big to sink, and that all of these bright minds will surprise us.

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