@kitsunelli That's quite interesting and true! My question would be, inaccessibility is a defect of the product/solution or it's just evidence of inequality?
Btw, who did say it? I would like to quote it in an essay :-)

@inkrunner I'm still searching, but it appears to be attributed to Jonathan Herrera, an artist and teacher from Chicago. Still not sure tho!

mcad.edu/faculty/jonathan-herr

@inkrunner And I think it's both: it's the evidence of inequality that we're building our society like this! In this talk by Kat Holmes, she talks about this idea of the "average human being" from a book from the mid-1800s. This is like the origin of this myth where we would design something for "this" particular and "universal" person. I think it's a pretty useful and interesting topic.

99u.adobe.com/videos/63712/kat

@kitsunelli That's amazing!!! thank you so much for sharing, I'll read right away.

Probably unpopular opinion 

@kitsunelli Not only is that kind of a shit take, it should have been a text post...

Probably unpopular opinion 

@kitsunelli Not only is that kind of a shit take, it should have been a text post...

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