Twitter rolls out new chirp fonts, high-contrast colors for web and mobile apps

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If you’re a regular Twitter user, you may have noticed some visual changes on today’s platforms. After shutting down Fleets, Twitter updated its website and app design to improve accessibility. Changes include in-house Chirp fonts, high-contrast colors for interfaces and buttons, and reduced gray backgrounds.

Twitter chirp font and improved interface

Twitter announced a new Chirp font in January this year. The company is currently rolling it out to its users. According to Twitter New font makes tweets easier to read While scrolling. However, this does not apply to non-Western languages.

“The chirp strikes a sharp balance between messiness and irreverence to amplify the fun and irreverence of tweets, but can also carry a weight of seriousness if needed.” I have written Blog posting company.

As the app’s reverse engineer Jane Manchun Wong first pointed out, Twitter’s new Chirp font also has an Easter egg. When tweeting “[CHIRPBIRDICON]Will automatically become the Twitter logo.. Please check the GIF below.

Another notable change occurs in the form of color. Twitter reduced the use of blue and chose a mute color “Attention to photos and videos you create and share”.. The company also plans to roll out new colors soon.

In addition to the colors, Twitter fine-tunes the buttons to increase contrast. It also has less gray background, unnecessary dividers, and more space to make your tweets easier to read. Do you like the new changes Twitter made or do you like the old style? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.