Twitter’s design is clean and simple. The interface is easy to use and navigate. The buttons and icons are clearly labeled and the layout is straightforward. The site is also responsive and fast. Overall, Twitter’s design is well done and makes using the site a pleasant experience.
Now, Twitter is revamping the design of its platform by rolling out brand-new icons throughout its iOS and Android apps, as well as on the web. Announced via its official Twitter Design account today, Twitter said that the goal of the new look is to create a cohesive set of icons that are bold in shape and style.
The new icon design can be viewed in the tweet here, and Twitter said that it will be rolling out to users “over the coming days”, according to a report.
Though it is quite similar to the current icon design, the new look has thicker lines and is a bit more angular. Twitter elaborated that it also wants the new look to be relatable and a little cheeky where possible.
In April, Tesla CEO Elon Musk agreed to buy Twitter for $54.20 per share, or roughly $44 billion. However, after the company’s valuation dropped along with other tech stocks and the overall market, Musk tried to back out of the agreement. Twitter filed a lawsuit to compel Musk to uphold the deal.
Twitter filed a lawsuit against Musk on July 12 in an effort to force the merger through, alleging Musk had violated his agreement to purchase the company.
According to a court document issued on Thursday, a Delaware judge has delayed Twitter Inc.’s lawsuit against Elon Musk until 5 p.m. ET (9 p.m. GMT) on October 28 to enable the billionaire’s purchase deal to complete.
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