Humanisation was born to help tech start-ups make a human impact in the digital world. Despite remarkable advances in technology, there remains a disconnect between companies and the people they seek to serve. It’s never been, and won’t ever be, a plug and play process.
Many of us lead busy lives that demand convenience and quick fixes. When things get broken, it’s so much easier to buy a replacement than spend time trying to fix it. However in Japan, ironically the land of instant ramen and vending machines, there exists an ancient art of repairing broken pottery with gold.