Micro blogging site Twitter has rolled out a new font on the desktop version of the site but many users are disappointed by it. Twitter has moved from the more familiar Helvetica Neue to a new Segoe font.
Earlier in 2014, Twitter tried to make a switched to Gotham, which it described as “elegant and direct, stylish but not exclusive” at the time.
People didn't like it at that time and four months later the micro blogging site reverted back to Helvetica.
Many People are complaining that the new font is hurting their head and their eyes. And this may be Twitter’s cue to take a quick U back to Helvetica.
Twitter has a new font! It's driving me crazy. Not because of how hard to read it is, but because they didn't adjust line heights. pic.twitter.com/ybX9hyMr8c— Nathan Adams (@Dinnerbone) August 2, 2017
Us: Please, please, please fix the harassment issue.
Potential investors: Yes, please.
Twitter: I think we need a new font ...— Nash (@Nash076) August 2, 2017