Beyond its relationship to natural systems, another important aspect of design is its relationship to the human condition. Design is the confluence of human needs, desires, concerns, and creativity. Therefore, it is important to consider the social nature of practicing design.

This section of the site suggests ideas on the practice of design as it pertains to the designer internally, to his or her relationship to the client, and to his or her relationship to local and external design communities. In each of these areas an emphasis is placed on nurturance and growth. In accordance with the ideals of Organic Multiplicity, there are considerable benefits to having an organic approach to the human interactions involved in design.