I'd like to know if there are proposals of writing systems that would be created for a set of specific goals such as :
- reading/writing speed as high as possible for humans
- reading/writing learning as natural as possible
- universality (applicable to "any" spoken language)
- ink and paper saving
- simplicity (no useless rules)
The key point I'm looking for is the "natural" element, i.e. optimization given how the human brain, eyes and even hands work by default.
I'm aware of neuronal plasticity, however I'm convinced that there are several aspects of our various writing systems that are not optimized, meaning that they require more time to learn, more efforts and time to read/write, or even lead to more ink and paper use than they could.
Also, I guess the "universality" objective might add a lot of complexity, especially for learning, but I feel like we can't neglect it.
Last but not least, maybe I'm too confident and it would be wiser to wait and get more knowledge before addressing such a big question ?