All posts tagged programming/ui
A discussion of technology is not sufficient without bringing up the languages and methods of expression that we use to develop solutions to technical (and social) problems. As such, programming is obviously an important part of the discourse, of which I have many opinions and advice to counter pitfalls and exercises to strengthen skill.
Gender is a complicated attribute, and as such has been difficult for developers and designers of web services to allow users to describe properly. In this article, we discuss a new type of gender/orientation selector that respects a very broad spectrum of possible values. This selector stresses an incomplete solution to a difficult usecase: a selection that allows a large set of possible values, yet is comparable.
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