The Most Useful Personality Quiz You’ll Take This Week

This article was first seen on The Muse on the 31st of July-  www.themuse.com/advice/the-most-useful-personality-quiz-youll-take-this-week 

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It was after spending 10 minutes taking a “what kind of sloth are you?” quiz that I knew I had a problem.

 

Those little BuzzFeed-style quizzes are so addictive (who doesn’t want to know more about their personality?), but unfortunately aren’t really helping any of us get further in life. (I don’t think my co-workers knowing that I’m a “cuddle sloth” is going to help us best online casino work better together.)

But, thanks to VisualDNA, us aspirational careerists who also have an unfortunate penchant for taking quizzes have a happy medium: the “Who Am I” assessment.

While it’s built in a similar style to your favorite BuzzFeed quiz—a series of questions that have you choose a photo that correlates with your answer—the results of this one are actually based on a well-respected model of personality assessment called “The Big Five.” [Read more…]

Girls love Google, Boys love BBC, why Richard Branson may have had an imaginary friend and a new face for Android. What VisualDNA learned when we profiled Mindshare’s Huddle #mshuddle

Above: The VisualDNA team (in lab coats) at Mindshare Huddle

Last week myself and two other members of the media team, Ed Weatherall & Kristen Anderson, attended Mindshare’s annual Huddle. I’d not been before and wasn’t sure what to expect from an ‘unconference’. Intended as a departure from the dry presentations you tend to get at regular conferences, we came up with the idea of creating a psychologists’ office where we’d psychoanalyze people using one of our quizzes. [Read more…]