An overview of some brand archetypes to determine your brand's personality
A brand's personality is based on recognisable human behaviours. Part of the brand strategy process is to decide which behaviour your brand identifies with. These are organised into 12 key archetypes (best depicted by Brand master academy). Below are a few of the of the archetypes with characteristics & examples
The Creator: Expressive, Innovative, Artistic, Creative. Example Brands: Adobe, Crayola, Lego
The Explorer: Individualistic, Nonconformist, Rugged, Pioneering, Natural Example Brands: Jeep, First Ascent, The North Face, Patagonia
The Hero: Impactful, High-performing, Competitive, Tough, Efficient, Good. Example Brands: BMW, Adidas, Nike
The Jester: Welcoming, Fun, Freewheeling, Humble. Example Brands: Nandos, Web Africa , Old Spice
The Sage: Expert, Thoughtful, Scientific, Knowledgeable, Data-driven. Example Brands: Google, Ted, Vox
The Outlaw: Destructive, Revolutionary, Pioneering, Nonconformists. Example Brands: Space X, Naked insurance, Mzansi Meat co
Identifying the behaviour your business embodies, helps build a human connection with your customer.
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