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Twitter’s hidden accessibility feature

Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Katelyn Lemay I first joined Twitter in 2008, and found it so boring that I doubted it would ever catch on. I suppose we can call that my Prince moment. Anyway, I joined before it was easy to share images, and now almost half of all tweets contain images. Lately I’ve been wondering what it’s like to use Twitter if you have a visual impairment. Most tweets that contain images rely on those images to convey a point, and something

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