Hunome

A human being is a not a linear Q&A session. We are a multitude of things. Human perspectives on humans vary. Research contradicts itself and so on. Hunome puts some structure to these variations and gives it its limelight.

 

If you are in design, humanities, arts, strategy, systems and other similar this probably resonates and Hunome helps you make sense of the multidisciplinary views – solo or with others.

 

Hunome is…

A collective insights platform helping humanity make sense of itself

A means to improve humanity’s comprehension of humanity

A space to unlock your perspectives on humans

A purpose-designed site for mapping our humanness

A way to collectively figure out how humanity works and should work

A playground for the curious, creative and humanity interested

A novel approach to making sense of thoughts and building understanding

 

Hunome MVP or minimum lovable product is out and welcomes those frustrated with the current approaches where you share but cannot build your presence.

Join other humanity explorers on Hunome

 

The big WHY?

Increasingly perceptive individuals

able to enlighten relevant contexts

on how humanity works…

amounts to better decisions for self and the human community

 

Your benefit

Share and build understanding, solo or with others – avoid the wasted effort of continuous sharing going to nought

Be inspired by the trains of thought or even systems of thinking of others, or even your own, this will surprise you 🙂

Make your mark in shaping humanity’s understanding of who we humans are, why we are and where we would like to see things go next

 

Together we can have an impact

…less culturally excused squabbles
…less products with no redeeming qualities
…less confusion about the status of knowledge or its sides
…more knowledge on humans in all decision-making contexts
…sense to who says what, why and how that compares

You are qualified & it takes variations of style, interest, context and perspective to make up our humanness – so it is on Hunome.

Join us in this endeavour to map our humanness!

You can sign-up for an invitation on Hunome.
 

 

 

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