Or, better yet, ask them for a source on some things, or literature to read. They gleaned their “facts” from something, they should be able to show you. That they then will not provide. And you’ll spend 30 minutes or more trying to figure out if they have a reasoning for their “facts” by googling, and come to the conclusion that there isn’t a reason.
No 5 year old is going to understand this. In fact, I know enough about blockchain and crypto to roughly explain it to my clients enough that they kinda’ get it and they would absolutely not understand this article. It’s a rad article, don’t get me wrong, but you didn’t make it stupidly-simple.
Oh, I don’t know… all the women in Persona 5 namely Anna Takamaki, every JRPG has some kinda boobs on legs, the Overwatch ladies. Like, that’s already several more than one.
This stuff is basically GONE in AAA western games, and that mentality is now even starting to…
This is a huge problem, and something I tackle in a recent article of mine about tech myths that we need to stop spreading. When we’re giving design feedback, we absolutely have to be aware of our biases and our personal preferences, versus feedback that will actually help make the product better based on our intent.