“Women Are Not Developers” and Other Nonsensical Sayings

WRONG. And yet, as I venture into more software packages, I find stereotypes in even the simplest of things, like training graphics.   The training graphic above is clean, elegant and easy to use. I’m a developer, so I should click the developer button. But why is its icon a man, while the content admin is a woman? I let it slide this time. Then, in another document, I came across a similar situation, but in a diagram. This time, the developer was male and the front-end user was female. Wow. I understand where the stereotypes come from, but why … Continue reading “Women Are Not Developers” and Other Nonsensical Sayings