Look, I don’t run a billion-dollar company. I don’t even run a company. But I have this crazy idea for Apple and Adobe and any other company. If you’re going to give a presentation that will be seen all over the world, consult as diverse an audience as you can. You have the money. You have the time.
Today, Adobe used its portion of the Apple event to demonstrate an impressive suite of apps that allow iPad Pro users to manipulate and layout images and text. But the way they did it was creepy and tone-deaf.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.