What happened: Twitter issued an apology on Thursday evening after coming under fire from the disability community for testing its new voice feature without support for those who are deaf, hard of hearing, or who have low vision.
We’re sorry about testing voice Tweets without support for people who are visually impaired, deaf, or hard of hearing. It was a miss to introduce this experiment without this support.
Accessibility should not be an afterthought. — Twitter The disability community was vocal in its disappointment that Twitter had not incorporated accessibility as a starting point for the platform’s new voice feature. The Frontlines: For people with disabilities, Twitter’s decision to launch a new feature before it could used byRead more on themighty.com