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We are loving this quiz by Adobe Create, which allows you to see your creative type in a super fun interactive format that displays some of the magic of motion graphics that Adobe helps create. 



So many times, creatives are lumped into one category, but this quiz will help you zone in on what kind of creative you are, and cue you into your strengths, untapped potential, and creative allies. 

Questions include:

  • My brain spends more time: "In the zone" or "Zoning out."
  • I tend to see life through the lens of: "Systems" or "Stories."
  • I’d rather be in: "A cocoon" or "A beehive."


The test categorizes you as one of eight types:



Everyone here at Remix has taken the test, and we've all enjoyed seeing how we mesh well together because of our types. I'm of The Visionary type, and Adobe's quiz told me I work well with The Maker. Turns out, both of the women who run my content team are Makers.


Taking this quiz will not only reinforce your creative life, it will inspire you with its motion graphics format to get out there and make something creative. 


Take the quiz here, and when you're done, share your Creative Type using #mycreativetype, and tag us!

Katy Boos
By: Katy Boos

Katy founded Remix Communications in 2016 because she’s passionate about spearheading impactful thought leadership programs for her clients. Brainstorming compelling topics and narratives, Katy helps bring ideas to life on stage at industry events and in written content for clients such as Adobe and Facebook. Before Remix, Katy co-founded a successful Silicon Valley marketing/PR firm. Earlier she managed PR programs for Apple including Media and Entertainment, mobile products and QuickTime. She started her career on the PR agency side. Katy lives in Los Angeles. She is a member of the Forbes Agency Council, and has volunteered with TEDx as a speaker curator and coach. She's served as a member of the board of directors for both the Peninsula Humane Society and the Working Wonders Children’s Museum.


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