What's your Personality Type?

1 Oct 2006 - 9:17am
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Todd Warfel

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Todd R. Warfel
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1 Oct 2006 - 8:46am
Kezia Cantwell-...

Just to throw a spanner in the works:

The quick two:
- What is your type?


Althogh the last one Judging/Percieving was pretty much in the middle.

- What is your occupation? (Please be as specific as possible.)

Project Manager for a data collection company in the week, Artist and web
designer at the weekends.

4 Oct 2006 - 7:44am

I'm an ENFP, but E and I are about equal.

E 47%
N 82%
F 70%
P 58%

I'm a user experience architect. I spend the majority of my time doing
design (interaction design, visual design, and IA) and some on UX strategy
and product definition. Occasionally, I do expert reviews or am involved in
usability testing or user research, but in the planning and analysis stages
rather than facilitation.

It certainly does seem that the intuitive aspect is the common
characteristic among designers. Feeling is the source of empathy.

While I find all of this fascinating, it doesn't have any bearing on my
work. Gives me something to talk about with my sister though. She's a
Jungian psychoanalyst.

At Strategy06, I encountered another test that seemed more useful and
relevant for product development and design teams: the Creative
Problem-Solving Profile from Basadur Applied Creativity.

I wrote it up in detail in my review of Strategy06, under the subheading
"Understanding Ourselves in the Context of Cross-Disciplinary Innovation."


Has anyone else taken this test? If so, I wonder what others think about it.


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