Ongoing Projects

Building the Future We Deserve

Schedule a Consultation

What We Do

We use the phrase “Compassionate Technology” to describe the devices and services that are produced from ethical innovation. These are technologies that serve beyond utility by creating a relationship with the user, or maybe more appropriately, the companion. In this model, the device or process in question exploits neither resources nor the humans interacting with it. It's a stable contract.

Our three guidelines for designing Compassionate Technologies include:

  1. It should be familiar to us, both in design and in exposure
  2. It should function in a way to learn from us or adapt to us
  3. And it should be designed using an almost selfish level of empathy
Contribute to the Discussion »

What We Mean

Systems applicable to compassionate design aren't limited to the digital. What if an entire society were designed this way?


Addressing homelessness and the housing crisis though compassion and innovation.


A crisis and epidemic tracker and pattern analyzer.

Compassionate Technology

Software, hardware, and technologies that serve humanity.

"We all need to work together, because there are no jobs on a dead planet; there is no equity without rights to decent work and social protection, no social justice without a shift in governance and ambition, and, ultimately, no peace for the peoples of the world without the guarantees of sustainability."
— Sharan Burrow