MBTI Scenarios
Bringing more attention to the MBTI, Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator, we personified the preference pairs into charming characters and put them in absurd scenarios. Using humor and demonstrating the personalities of the pairs, we wanted the viewers to enjoy identifying their MBTI personality types, connect with one another, and understand each other's boundaries.
Design, Storyboarding, Research, Animation (E vs. I, T vs. F)
Adobe Illustrator, After Effects, Miro
Juni Kweon (S vs. N, J vs. P)
Full Animation↴
What is the MBTI?↴
Extroversion vs. Introversion↴
The motion piece for Extroversion (E) vs. Introversion (I) puts the characters in an absurd scenario at the nightclub, we can see how they attain and lose energy. As the Extrovert enjoys social interaction and goes all out on the dance floor, it gains energy from its surroundings. On the other hand, the Introvert is shown sitting in the corner, away from the party and eyeing the exit. Through the lateral camera movement, tension builds as the Extrovert ultimately drains all of the Introvert's energy.
Sensing vs. iNtuition↴
This animated short brings life to the second preference pair of the MBTI, Sensing (S) and Intuition (N). Putting these characters in an absurd scenario at a movie studio, we can see how they process information. While the actor N character is lost in imagination and enjoys the creative world, the S character, the realistic director, tries to snap the N back into reality to continue the movie shoot. Despite the effort S puts, the N wins and stays lost in its imaginative world.
Feeling vs. Thinking↴
This sequence for Feeling (F) vs. Thinking (T) puts the two characters in a problem-solving scenario where the big problem is a crying baby (actually, a HUGE crying baby). The thinker uses logic and provides the crying baby with essential items like a diaper and a milk bottle. The feeler acts with its heart and tries to comfort the baby with a hug while getting squished in the process. The combination of Thinker's binkie and the Feeler's warm embrace finally calms down the baby, resolving the conflict.
Perceiving vs. Judging↴
This sequence shows characteristics of Perceiving (P) and Judging (J) as characters. In this scenario, both characters are on vacation. While the J character enjoys planning its vacation with packed and active schedules, the P character relaxes staying in one spot without moving the entire sequence.

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