Related Quizzes

Use this Quiz

Copy this quiz into your free Interact account, edit the content however you'd like, set it up and then share it on your website and social media channels.

Create Your Own Quizzes With Interact For Free!

Sign Up For Free

What color combo best suits your brand?

Stuck selecting your brand's signature colours? From coral and teal to lavender and chartreuse, take this quick quiz to find out which shades will surely connect with your ideal clients and customers πŸŽ‰πŸ™ŒπŸ₯³

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    If your brand were a person, how would they dress?
    • A.
      Fun graphics galore – they'd use style to express their sense of humour!
      (Correlates to: Your colour combo is... Sunshine Yellow and Teal)
    • B.
      Classic hipster! Horn-rimmed glasses and artisan sourdoughΒ βœ…
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Yellow and Prussian Blue)
    • C.
      Creative but casual with a touch of 90s nostalgia! My brand is pretty cool...
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Indigo and Green Pantone)
    • D.
      In a comfy, flowing dress with lots of room for moving and grooving.
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Apricot and Morning Blue)
  • 2.
    What's your brand's biggest strength?
    • A.
      I inspire my audience to use their imaginations and seek creative solutions to whatever problems they may be facing.
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Indigo and Green Pantone)
    • B.
      My brand is straight-up fun! People come to me for a quick pick-me-up, entertainment, and a laugh or two.
      (Correlates to: Your colour combo is... Sunshine Yellow and Teal)
    • C.
      I help my audience gain wisdom and insight into the world. They trust me to give them in-depth, thoughtful information.
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Yellow and Prussian Blue)
    • D.
      My brand cares about its audience. I want to give people the tools they need to live their healthiest, happiest lives.
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Apricot and Morning Blue)
  • 3.
    From 1-10, how would you rate your current branding?
    • A.
      1-4 – My branding is all over the place! I've tried out a million different looks and still can't decide on anything.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      5-7 – I've got an idea of what I want my brand to feel like, but actually implementing that is another story.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      8-10 – My branding is on fleek! I'm consistent across all platforms and have a beautifully designed logo.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 4.
    Which hashtag are you most likely to use?
    • A.
      #selfcaresunday
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Apricot and Morning Blue)
    • B.
      #memestagram
      (Correlates to: Your colour combo is... Sunshine Yellow and Teal)
    • C.
      #staywoke
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Yellow and Prussian Blue)
    • D.
      #dreambigger
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Indigo and Green Pantone)
  • 5.
    Which best describes your ideal customer or client?
    • A.
      Health-conscious yogis looking to live their best lives!
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Apricot and Morning Blue)
    • B.
      Bookworms who appreciate a well-researched blog!
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Yellow and Prussian Blue)
    • C.
      Up-and-coming entrepreneurs! Let's make that dream a reality...
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Indigo and Green Pantone)
    • D.
      Thrill-seekers searching for a break from the everyday!
      (Correlates to: Your colour combo is... Sunshine Yellow and Teal)
  • 6.
    If your brand were an amusement park ride, which would it be?
    • A.
      The tea cups – Magical and full of whimsy!
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Indigo and Green Pantone)
    • B.
      The roller coaster – Freakishly fun!
      (Correlates to: Your colour combo is... Sunshine Yellow and Teal)
    • C.
      The carousel – Secure and comforting!
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Apricot and Morning Blue)
    • D.
      The Ferris wheel – meditative and laid-back!
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Yellow and Prussian Blue)
  • 7.
    What sort of content are you most likely to post?
    • A.
      A YouTube video that teaches you how to meditate and breathe deeply.
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Apricot and Morning Blue)
    • B.
      A compilation of funny memes from around the Net.
      (Correlates to: Your colour combo is... Sunshine Yellow and Teal)
    • C.
      An article and infographic on sustainable food systems.
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Yellow and Prussian Blue)
    • D.
      A printable PDF guide for tie-dying everything from overalls to old socks.
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Indigo and Green Pantone)
  • 8.
    What does your brand put before all else?
    • A.
      Knowledge...
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Yellow and Prussian Blue)
    • B.
      Health and happiness...
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Apricot and Morning Blue)
    • C.
      Entertainment...
      (Correlates to: Your colour combo is... Sunshine Yellow and Teal)
    • D.
      Creativity...
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Indigo and Green Pantone)
  • 9.
    What's your brand's biggest goal?
    • A.
      Inspiring people to see the world in new ways!
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Indigo and Green Pantone)
    • B.
      Lighting up lives with laughter!
      (Correlates to: Your colour combo is... Sunshine Yellow and Teal)
    • C.
      Supporting others on their paths to health and happiness!
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Apricot and Morning Blue)
    • D.
      Teaching people and sharing knowledge!
      (Correlates to: Your color combo is... Yellow and Prussian Blue)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Your color combo is... Apricot and Morning Blue
    Congrats, friend πŸŽ‰ By completing this quiz, you've proven your commitment to building a cohesive brand and attracting your ideal customers and clients. Based on your responses, your top colors are apricot and morning blue – now sit tight while I tell you why...Your brand is all about offering support to those who may be struggling. You nurture your audience with products and services designed to make their lives healthier and happier, so your colors should speak to that same message, right?Because of its cheerful warmth, apricot is an apt option for your brand, especially when paired with revitalizing, rejuvenating morning blue. Your colors will soothe your customers and clients and encourage a more optimistic outlook! That's the power of a palette."Color! What a deep and mysterious language, the language of dreams." – Paul GauguinApricot and morning blue not to your taste? Here are 3 steps for building your own tantalizing brand palette...1) Start with an emotionBy starting with an emotion, you can work backwards and come to a well-rounded decision as to which colors suit your brand. Try asking yourself how you want your audience to feel when they come across your content. For example, if you are a fitness brand, you might want your customers and clients to feel energized, driven, and determined. Once you've settled on a particular emotion, it's time to get down to the nitty-gritty and do some research...2) Find colors for your desired emotionSince colors elicit emotions, you can use them to influence how your audience feels in relation to your brand. For example, if you want potential clients and customers to consider you calm and clear-minded, search for colors associated with those emotions. You would likely end up with a palette of muted blues and greens. Colors may also have different cultural meanings, so make sure to take that into account before setting anything in stone.3) Choose complementary colorsOnce you've settled on your core colors, broaden your palette by incorporating complementary shades. Make sure to include a dark color, a light color and a few shades in-between that speak to your ideal customers and clients. If you need inspiration, considering checking out a website like Coolors, which has a wide variety of user-created color schemes! Here's to getting creative with it 🍾Who's behind all these branding insights? Let me fill you in, friend...Hey there, and welcome – my name is Lita πŸ‘‹ I'm the founder and CEO of 24 Carat Studio. We help entrepreneurs create brands they can stand behind. Whether your site looks like a Myspace profile from 2004 or you just can't seem to settle down on a logo and color palette that speaks to your ideal customers and clients, we've got your back!3 resources to help you narrow down your brand identity...1) Read this post on my blog. It breaks down how to DIY design a website that aligns with your brand's unique identity. Custom cursors – yes, please!2) Subscribe to my YouTube channel. I upload videos weekly on everything from crafting a color palette that resonates with your ideal customers and clients to designing viral-worthy Instagram stories.3) Book a free 15-minute consultation. If you are ready to get personal, book a complimentary chat and fill me in on all your branding goals.Meet me in your inbox? I'm going to be in there tomorrow with tips for perfecting your brand's palette 🎨
  • 2.
    Your color combo is... Yellow and Prussian Blue
    Congrats, friend πŸŽ‰ By completing this quiz, you've proven your commitment to building a cohesive brand and attracting your ideal customers and clients. Based on your responses, your top colors are yellow and Prussian blue – now sit tight while I tell you why...Your brand is all about offering in-depth information – you nurture your audience with reliable products and services designed to make their lives that much simpler, so your colors should speak to that same message, right?Because of its warmth, yellow is an apt option for your brand, especially when paired with wise, sincere Prussian blue. Your colors will calm your customers and clients and encourage their curiosity! That's the power of a palette."Color! What a deep and mysterious language, the language of dreams." – Paul GauguinApricot and morning blue not to your taste? Here are 3 steps for building your own tantalizing brand palette...1) Start with an emotionBy starting with an emotion, you can work backwards and come to a well-rounded decision as to which colors suit your brand. Try asking yourself how you want your audience to feel when they come across your content. For example, if you are a fitness brand, you might want your customers and clients to feel energized, driven, and determined. Once you've settled on a particular emotion, it's time to get down to the nitty-gritty and do some research...2) Find colors for your desired emotionSince colors elicit emotions, you can use them to influence how your audience feels in relation to your brand. For example, if you want potential clients and customers to consider you calm and clear-minded, search for colors associated with those emotions. You would likely end up with a palette of muted blues and greens. Colors may also have different cultural meanings, so make sure to take that into account before setting anything in stone.3) Choose complementary colorsOnce you've settled on your core colors, broaden your palette by incorporating complementary shades. Make sure to include a dark color, a light color and a few shades in-between that speak to your ideal customers and clients. If you need inspiration, considering checking out a website like Coolors, which has a wide variety of user-created color schemes! Here's to getting creative with it 🍾Who's behind all these branding insights? Let me fill you in, friend...Hey there, and welcome – my name is Lita πŸ‘‹ I'm the founder and CEO of 24 Carat Studio. We help entrepreneurs create brands they can stand behind. Whether your site looks like a Myspace profile from 2004 or you just can't seem to settle down on a logo and color palette that speaks to your ideal customers and clients, we've got your back!3 resources to help you narrow down your brand identity...1) Read this post on my blog. It breaks down how to DIY design a website that aligns with your brand's unique identity. Custom cursors – yes, please!2) Subscribe to my YouTube channel. I upload videos weekly on everything from crafting a color palette that resonates with your ideal customers and clients to designing viral-worthy Instagram stories.3) Book a free 15-minute consultation. If you are ready to get personal, book a complimentary chat and fill me in on all your branding goals.Meet me in your inbox? I'm going to be in there tomorrow with tips for perfecting your brand's palette 🎨
  • 3.
    Your color combo is... Indigo and Green Pantone
    Congrats, friend πŸŽ‰ By completing this quiz, you've proven your commitment to building a cohesive brand and attracting your ideal customers and clients. Based on your responses, your top colors are indigo and green Pantone – now sit tight while I tell you why...Your brand is all about creativity and imagining new solutions to decades-old problems. You push your audience to think outside the box and lean into their intuition without fearing judgement, so your colors should speak to that same message, right?Because of its freshness, green Pantone is an apt option for your brand, especially when paired with wise, sincere indigo. Your colors will excite your customers and clients and encourage a more original outlook! That's the power of a palette."Color! What a deep and mysterious language, the language of dreams." – Paul GauguinApricot and morning blue not to your taste? Here are 3 steps for building your own tantalizing brand palette...1) Start with an emotionBy starting with an emotion, you can work backwards and come to a well-rounded decision as to which colors suit your brand. Try asking yourself how you want your audience to feel when they come across your content. For example, if you are a fitness brand, you might want your customers and clients to feel energized, driven, and determined. Once you've settled on a particular emotion, it's time to get down to the nitty-gritty and do some research...2) Find colors for your desired emotionSince colors elicit emotions, you can use them to influence how your audience feels in relation to your brand. For example, if you want potential clients and customers to consider you calm and clear-minded, search for colors associated with those emotions. You would likely end up with a palette of muted blues and greens. Colors may also have different cultural meanings, so make sure to take that into account before setting anything in stone.3) Choose complementary colorsOnce you've settled on your core colors, broaden your palette by incorporating complementary shades. Make sure to include a dark color, a light color and a few shades in-between that speak to your ideal customers and clients. If you need inspiration, considering checking out a website like Coolors, which has a wide variety of user-created color schemes! Here's to getting creative with it 🍾Who's behind all these branding insights? Let me fill you in, friend...Hey there, and welcome – my name is Lita πŸ‘‹ I'm the founder and CEO of 24 Carat Studio. We help entrepreneurs create brands they can stand behind. Whether your site looks like a Myspace profile from 2004 or you just can't seem to settle down on a logo and color palette that speaks to your ideal customers and clients, we've got your back!3 resources to help you narrow down your brand identity...1) Read this post on my blog. It breaks down how to DIY design a website that aligns with your brand's unique identity. Custom cursors – yes, please!2) Subscribe to my YouTube channel. I upload videos weekly on everything from crafting a color palette that resonates with your ideal customers and clients to designing viral-worthy Instagram stories.3) Book a free 15-minute consultation. If you are ready to get personal, book a complimentary chat and fill me in on all your branding goals.Meet me in your inbox? I'm going to be in there tomorrow with tips for perfecting your brand's palette 🎨
  • 4.
    Your colour combo is... Sunshine Yellow and Teal
    Congrats, friend πŸŽ‰ By completing this quiz, you've proven your commitment to building a cohesive brand and attracting your ideal customers and clients. Based on your responses, your top colors are sunshine yellow and teal – now sit tight while I tell you why...Your brand is all about fun! You want nothing more than for your audience to crack a smile and let loose, so your colors should speak to that message, right?Because of its playfulness, sunshine yellow is an apt option for your brand, especially when paired with a rich teal indigo. Your colors will excite your customers and clients and encourage a more positive outlook! That's the power of a palette."Color! What a deep and mysterious language, the language of dreams." – Paul GauguinApricot and morning blue not to your taste? Here are 3 steps for building your own tantalizing brand palette...1) Start with an emotionBy starting with an emotion, you can work backwards and come to a well-rounded decision as to which colors suit your brand. Try asking yourself how you want your audience to feel when they come across your content. For example, if you are a fitness brand, you might want your customers and clients to feel energized, driven, and determined. Once you've settled on a particular emotion, it's time to get down to the nitty-gritty and do some research...2) Find colors for your desired emotionSince colors elicit emotions, you can use them to influence how your audience feels in relation to your brand. For example, if you want potential clients and customers to consider you calm and clear-minded, search for colors associated with those emotions. You would likely end up with a palette of muted blues and greens. Colors may also have different cultural meanings, so make sure to take that into account before setting anything in stone.3) Choose complementary colorsOnce you've settled on your core colors, broaden your palette by incorporating complementary shades. Make sure to include a dark color, a light color and a few shades in-between that speak to your ideal customers and clients. If you need inspiration, considering checking out a website like Coolors, which has a wide variety of user-created color schemes! Here's to getting creative with it 🍾Who's behind all these branding insights? Let me fill you in, friend...Hey there, and welcome – my name is Lita πŸ‘‹ I'm the founder and CEO of 24 Carat Studio. We help entrepreneurs create brands they can stand behind. Whether your site looks like a Myspace profile from 2004 or you just can't seem to settle down on a logo and color palette that speaks to your ideal customers and clients, we've got your back!3 resources to help you narrow down your brand identity...1) Read this post on my blog. It breaks down how to DIY design a website that aligns with your brand's unique identity. Custom cursors – yes, please!2) Subscribe to my YouTube channel. I upload videos weekly on everything from crafting a color palette that resonates with your ideal customers and clients to designing viral-worthy Instagram stories.3) Book a free 15-minute consultation. If you are ready to get personal, book a complimentary chat and fill me in on all your branding goals.Meet me in your inbox? I'm going to be in there tomorrow with tips for perfecting your brand's palette 🎨