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Why Twitter’s New Font Looks Horrible

Chirp is a readability and accessibility nightmare

So, Twitter changed its font.

While any change on the internet encourages pushback, Twitter’s soft rebrand appears to have ruffled a lot of users in a visceral way. A major reduction in colour highlights has made the site harder to parse for many. But it is really the fundamental design of…

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Geoffrey Bunting

Geoffrey Bunting

Designer, writer, and historian. Founder of Geoffrey Bunting Graphic Design (geoffreybunting.co.uk).

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