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The impact that the pandemic has had on society is undeniable, so how can human-centered design help companies get through the uncertainty that lies ahead?
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In the past 12 months, our attention has been drawn to many problematic aspects of society. The problems that have arisen are going to impact the future of humanity if we continue down this path.
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This week, I’ve been curious about curiosity. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and American University have measured different types of curiosity and found that there are two distinct archetypes; hunters and busybodies.
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Something is wrong with the social networks we’re using today. The news has been dominated in recent weeks by moves from the big platforms that have made us all question their role in facilitating constructive exchange of opinions and ideas in society.
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At Hunome, we’re in the business of perspectives. We connect them, analyze them, build on them. But where do these perspectives come from? The short answer is our members, but there’s so much more to it than that.
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The concept of putting humans at the core of our decision-making process is nothing new. From Kellogg development of cereal with feedback from the patients in the late 19th Century, to the introduction of focus groups in the 1940s