If Twitter implements a new user-interface redesign and there aren't thousands of tweets of making fun of it, does it make a sound?
Twitter unleashed a new UI today thats biggest imprint on users thus far has been its spherical icons and light change of typhography and symbols.
In their post detailing the changes, Twitter has expressed they will be listening to everyone's feedback - which people have NOT been shy with giving.
the new twitter looks like when a cw show wants to reference twitter but they haven't cleared it so they mock up a clone called like Bloggy.-- bobby (@bobby) June 15, 2017
I'm already working on the next version of the twitter UI. pic.twitter.com/mkkVCTdkVk-- Jonathan Shariat (@DesignUXUI) June 15, 2017
Old Twitter vs new Twitter pic.twitter.com/gRhGZOFYFI-- Jack Mull (@J4CKMULL) June 15, 2017
old twitter vs new twitter pic.twitter.com/CjpZO8edQS-- Memes™ (@Drops) June 15, 2017
twitter users: you should round up these Nazis-- MC@kawakami's lap (@commiesona) June 15, 2017
twitter: ok, here you go pic.twitter.com/aLFnENTmSC
┏┓-- malackov (@malackovxd) June 15, 2017
hate the new
My reaction to the new Twitter design pic.twitter.com/Y6CxSTGP8O-- Jacksepticeye (@Jack_Septic_Eye) June 15, 2017
"the floor is a good user interface"-- Aws_mSauce (@Aws_mSauce) June 15, 2017
everyone after the new twitter update pic.twitter.com/WrTu73fMZM-- lost child (@takatakotaikor) June 15, 2017
TWITTER: what do users want?-- Kelsey D. Atherton (@AthertonKD) June 15, 2017
USERS: fewer nazis, mostly
TWITTER: what if we did a graphical redesign instead pic.twitter.com/RuKngLAqJK
Gotta tweet about the new twitter update pic.twitter.com/EMsOKz4tzJ-- CrankGameplays (@CrankGameplays) June 15, 2017