almost 5 years ago from Wes O'Haire, Product Designer at Dropbox. Previously Hudl

  • Adam Fisher-CoxAdam Fisher-Cox, almost 5 years ago

    It's always fascinating to me when I hear other white men (because let's be honest, that's always who it is) talking about celebrations of race as "divisive." Exactly what is it dividing? What does anyone lose by one group of people being celebrated? This site isn't called "BlacksWhoDesignBetterBecauseOfTheirSkinColor." It's not attributing any superior value, nor saying anything about anyone else. Don't jump so fast to defend against something that isn't an attack.

    6 points
    • Mike AbbotMike Abbot, almost 5 years ago

      Look, I'm sorry if my comment bothered you. It wasn't my intention. All I wanted to say is that the world doesn't need any more diversification at this point, cause we are all the same. That's all.

      -2 points
      • Kemie GuaidaKemie Guaida, almost 5 years ago

        except we're not. because some of us are still discriminated against and treated differently.

        4 points
      • Adam Fisher-CoxAdam Fisher-Cox, almost 5 years ago

        It's not a matter of personal offense. I'm a white guy too, this doesn't directly bother me, it's just obviously a perspective that has not bothered to take into account other people's experiences for even one second. Listen when people are telling you that how you perceive them is not how they perceive themselves. It's a valuable skill for design, and even more important for life.

        2 points