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  13. As a woman, I’ve slowly been written out of the phone world and the phone market. That extra “.2” inches of screen size on each upgrade simply means that I can no longer do what I enviously observe men do every day: Check messages one-handed while carrying groceries or a bag; type a quick note while on a moving bus or a train where I have to hold on not to fall.

    I must put down everything in my hands and use my phone with both hands for everything.

    There is no rule that says the screen size must get bigger with each upgrade in memory or capabilities, and yet it does. For most men, it’s just one small, added benefit. For many women, though it’s a reminder that the tech industry doesn’t always remember or count your existence.

    Just so we are clear: I don’t want a pink phone, I don’t want “women’s applications” and I don’t want ruffles or hello kitty on my phone.

    I merely want a design that acknowledges that women exist, and women often have smaller hands than men.

    It’s a Man’s Phone — Technology and Society — Medium (via iamdanw)

    I still can’t take pictures with one hand. I guess I never will.

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    My hands are okay with the size increases, but my pants pockets …not so much. Ugh. If the phone won’t fit in my pocket, it’s designing itself out of use… no pocket = no having it with me at all times, so no noticing notifications & calls, and therefor being less useful than it once was in smaller versions.

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