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Illuminating birthday chart reveals your personality's Pantone

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Ever wondered what would happen if a colour was assigned to your birthday and the result summarised your personality? No, we haven't either. But now that it's happened, we're not sorry at all. A 366 colour personality chart has been created, and we think it could replace the entire concept of a star sign. Well, for truly committed creatives, anyway. 

In this chart, created by a Japanese website, each day of the year has been given a colour that is meant to reflect your personality – based on colour theory to give it some real scientific credence. Alongside the colour, you get a list of personality traits that define you. Intriguing.

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The colours, which range from camel to eggplant, come complete with a hex code in case you identify so strongly with the result that you want to use it again. Given the chart is hosted on a web design resource site (see it here), the experiment lends itself to exploring how these colours could be used in design to provoke certain feelings (see our guide to using colour in web design for more).

Alongside the personality traits, you will be treated to a neat sentence summarising your personality. These are mostly pretty positive – even if you don't agree with the sentiment, which is a relief after that super-harsh viral colour personality quiz released last month (you certainly needed a thick skin to get through that one). Just be sure to press the translate button at the top of the page, unless you can read Japanese.

So, whether you're born on January 28th and get to embrace Dandelion Yellow and a personality full of adventure, brightness and curiosity; or you're the 'owner of a naive heart', Asagi (a shade of blue) in colour and born on April 28th, there's something to learn about yourself here. Or it's at least a fun way to pass a few minutes, anyway.

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Georgia Coggan

Georgia Coggan is a regular freelance contributor for Creative Bloq, who has also worked on T3 and Top Ten Reviews. With a particular interest in branding and retro design, Georgia writes about everything from logo design to creative technology, enjoys hunting down genuinely good deals and has even used her knowledge as an ex-teacher to create buying guides on products including children's books and bookcases. Tying these design interests together is an obsession with London Underground posters from the last century.