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Rebrand: qual a melhor hora?

Quando se trata de inovação, nada importa mais do que as pessoas, por isso reunimos um time com backgrounds em diferentes setores, Culturas e formação profissional com uma coisa em comum: criar o que faz a diferença na vida das pessoas.

From ego to empathy

As a young designer you may have heard this phrase a lot. But what does it mean? As someone who is pretty empathetic and self-critical, I never felt like it applied to me. But in retrospect, I think that’s because most people use “ego” to describe inflated self-importance, when it’s really just a word that describes how we understand our personal identity.

The distinction is important because letting go of your ego can be a nuanced practice in empathy. It’s not just advice for arrogant jerks, it’s essential for anyone working professionally. As a designer, my thoughts, tastes and keystrokes obviously are part of the equation, but it took some time to figure out that I could not create work in a silo as a reflection of my “aesthetic.”

To some of you this might sound like a bummer, but when you take on a client’s challenges and their point of view, you will have to think differently. You will find new approaches and you will grow. But more on that later.

“As a young designer you may have heard this phrase a lot. But what does it mean? As someone who is pretty empathetic and self-critical, I never felt like it applied to me.”

Ernst Neufert , em “Arte de projetar em arquitetura”.
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OK, mas o que isso tem a ver com a minha marca?

As a young designer you may have heard this phrase a lot. But what does it mean? As someone who is pretty empathetic and self-critical, I never felt like it applied to me. But in retrospect, I think that’s because most people use “ego” to describe inflated self-importance, when it’s really just a word that describes how we understand our personal identity.

As a young designer you may have heard this phrase a lot. But what does it mean? As someone who is pretty empathetic and self-critical, I never felt like it applied to me. But in retrospect, I think that’s because most people use “ego” to describe inflated self-importance, when it’s really just a word that describes how we understand our personal identity.

From ego to empathy

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As a young designer you may have heard this phrase a lot. But what does it mean? As someone who is pretty empathetic and self-critical, I never felt like it applied to me. But in retrospect, I think that’s because most people use “ego” to describe inflated self-importance, when it’s really just a word that describes how we understand our personal identity.

The distinction is important because letting go of your ego can be a nuanced practice in empathy. It’s not just advice for arrogant jerks, it’s essential for anyone working professionally. As a designer, my thoughts, tastes and keystrokes obviously are part of the equation, but it took some time to figure out that I could not create work in a silo as a reflection of my “aesthetic.”

Famous last words

As a young designer you may have heard this phrase a lot. But what does it mean? As someone who is pretty empathetic and self-critical, I never felt like it applied to me. But in retrospect, I think that’s because most people use “ego” to describe inflated self-importance, when it’s really just a word that describes how we understand our personal identity.

Hope this answers some of your questions, Dmitro.
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