Element: A Desktop UI Library for Vue.js(element.eleme.io)

4 years ago from Clay MacTavish, web developer

  • melissa oliveira, 4 years ago

    The product can be interesting, but the branding positioning is extremely sexist. I am a woman and ux designer... extremely disrespectful with women. It's not funny, it's ridiculous.

    https://cl.ly/0g091N2r1C44

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    • Wassim BWassim B, 4 years ago

      Are you for real?

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    • Clay MacTavish, 4 years ago

      If you get a moment, can you please explain further why this is so offensive?

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      • melissa oliveira, 4 years ago

        Just compare the man and woman in the illustration:

        Woman: - vulgarized, lowered position shows the buttock - short very short - T-shirts open on the back - The woman is a secretary...

        Man: - normal clothes - the position of the man does not sexualize him - he uses a image of code on his back, is "smart" - he is building the code

        Why man and woman could not be equal? Why ridicule the woman? So, it's not funny...

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        • Clay MacTavishClay MacTavish, 4 years ago

          Vulgarized? Wow.

          This community is totally incapable of interesting dialog. DN used to be a good place to discuss design and development, now everyone just projects their own bullshit onto other people's work.

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          • melissa oliveira, 4 years ago

            I understand that it is a space to discuss design. Design goes beyond interfaces, design is to interact with people, talk to them. Prejudice exists in all areas and needs to be discussed so as not to hurt more people.

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    • Joacim NilssonJoacim Nilsson, 4 years ago

      Yes please could you explain further why this is so offensive?

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