When Twitter announced in March 2016 that they were supporting alternative text for images, Twitter users celebrated the news.
With the release of alternative text for images, visual content on Twitter was more accessible to people who are visually impaired or blind.
I was thrilled to share the news about Twitter’s alternative text for images.
At the end of my post, I commented that I thought third-party apps wouldn’t be far behind in providing alternative text support. Continue reading Alternative Text for Images: What About Buffer and Hootsuite?