Twitter is reversing design changes after users reported eye strain and headaches as a result of the new look.
The social media platform rolled out a new font and updated look, but some users were immediately impacted by it — and not in a good way. Headaches and eye strain were reported among people with sensory sensitivities, astigmatism and dyslexia.
Twitter announced it was reversing the changes in an effort to alleviate the problem.
It remains to be seen if the rollback is permanent and will apply to all, or if the company will offer users a choice between the old and new look.