When you begin crafting your brand, you'll want to consider your brands adjectives.
Brand adjectives are the words you choose to describe your brands visual identity. This helps you discover your target audience, your visual aesthetic and create guidelines around your brand.
In this blog post, I share 50+ adjectives that will help you streamline your brands visual identity and begin crafting your brand and website.
1 | Adaptable
Definition: able to adjust to new conditions or able to be modified for a new use or purpose. Synonyms: flexible, versatile, cooperative, accommodating, amendable, etc.
2 | Adorable
Definition: inspiring great affection; delightful; charming. Synonyms: lovable, appealing, charming, cute cuddly, sweet, enchanting, bewitching, captivating, engaging, endearing, dear, darling, delightful, etc.
3 | Ambitious
Definition: having or showing a strong desire and determination to succeed or (of a plan or piece of work) intended to satisfy high aspirations and therefore difficult to achieve. Synonyms: aspiring, determined, forceful, pushy, enterprising, purposeful, motivated, zealous, etc.
4 | Boundless
Definition: unlimited, immense. Synonyms: limitless, unbound, immeasurable, abundant, untold, etc.
5 | Brave
Definition: ready to face and endure danger or pain; showing courage. Synonyms: courageous, bold, heroic, daring, plucky, audacious, valiant, etc.
6 | calm
Definition: (of a person, action, or manner) not showing or feeling nervousness, anger, or other emotions or (of the weather) pleasantly free from wind. Synonyms: serene, tranquil, relaxed, unflustered, untroubled, still quiet, unflustered, etc.
7 | cheerful
Definition: noticeably happy and optimistic or causing happiness by its nature or appearance. Synonyms: happy, jolly, merry, bright, glad, sparkling, bubbly, agreeable, sunny, etc.
8 | classic
Definition: judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality and outstanding of its kind or remarkably and instructively typical. Synonyms: definitive, typical, vintage, quintessential, etc.
9 | cultured
Definition: characterized by refined taste and manners and good education. Synonyms: educated, well-informed, refined, polished, sophisticated, well read, etc.
10 | Current
Definition: belonging to the present time; happening or being used or done now. Synonyms: contemporary, modern, present-day, etc.
11 | dashing
Definition: (of a man) attractive in a romantic, adventurous way or stylish or fashionable. Synonyms: debonair, stylish, dynamic, spruce, dapper, chic, exuberant, plucky, etc.
12 | delightful
Definition: causing delight; charming. Synonyms: pleasant, lovely, pleasurable, enjoyable, etc.
13 | delicate
Definition: very fine in texture or structure; of intricate workmanship or quality or easily broken or damaged; fragile. Synonyms: fine, exquisite, breakable, dainty, fragile, intricate, etc.
14 | dynamic
Definition: of a process or system) characterized by constant change, activity, or progress or relating to the volume of sound produced by an instrument, voice, or recording. Synonyms: active, vital, lively, electric, etc.
15 | efficient
Definition: (especially of a system or machine) achieving maximum productivity with minimum wasted effort or expense or (of a person) working in a well-organized and competent way or preventing the wasteful use of a particular resource. Synonyms: organized, methodical, systematic, businesslike, streamlined, etc.
16 | enduring
Definition: continuing or long-lasting. Synonyms: abiding, surviving, permanent, etc.
17 | exuberant
Definition: filled with or characterized by a lively energy and excitement or growing luxuriantly or profusely. Synonyms: buoyant, cheerful, lighthearted, exhilarated, thick, dense, abundant, etc.
18 | faithful
Definition: loyal, constant, and steadfast or true to the facts or the original. Synonyms: loyal, committed, precise, steadfast, dedicated, constant, etc.
19 | Familiar
Definition: well known from long or close association or in close friendship; intimate. Synonyms: informal, relaxed, casual, easy, comfortable, etc.
20 | fearless
Definition: lacking fear. Synonyms: bold, brave, courageous, intrepid, valiant, gallant, valorous, lionhearted, heroic, indomitable, etc.
21 | generous
Definition: (of a person) showing a readiness to give more of something, as money or time, than is strictly necessary or expected or showing kindness toward others or (of a thing) larger or more plentiful than is usual or necessary. Synonyms: liberal, lavish, magnanimous, kind, benevolent, plentiful, abundant, etc.
22 | gentle
Definition: (of a person) mild in temperament or behavior; kind or tender or moderate in action, effect, or degree; not harsh or severe. Synonyms: kind, tender, light, soft, compassionate, etc.
23 | harmonious
Definition: tuneful; not discordant or forming a pleasing or consistent whole or free from disagreement or dissent. Synonyms: tuneful, balanced, cordial, melodious, compatible, peaceful, etc.
24 | helpful
Definition: giving or ready to give help or useful. Synonyms: kind, accommodating, cooperative, valuable, profitable, advantageous, etc.
25 | honorable
Definition: bringing or worthy of honor or used as a title indicating eminence or distinction, given especially to judges and certain high officials. Synonyms: honest, moral, ethical, righteous, right-minded, etc.
26 | industrious
Definition: diligent and hard-working. Synonyms: diligent, assiduous, conscientious, steady, persevering, untiring, tireless, studious, etc.
27 | instinctive
Definition: relating to or prompted by instinct; apparently unconscious or automatic or (of a person) doing or being a specified thing apparently naturally or automatically. Synonyms: intuitive, natural, instinctive, inherent, inborn, etc.
28 | joyous
Definition: full of happiness and joy. Synonyms: cheerful, ecstatic, exuberant, festive, heartwarming, jubilant, merry, etc.
29 | kind-hearted
Definition: having a kind and sympathetic nature. Synonyms: considerate, gracious, altruistic, amiable, amicable, generous, good, etc.
30 | knowledgeable
Definition: intelligent and well informed. Synonyms: well informed, learned, well read, educated, erudite, scholarly, cultured, cultivated, enlightened, etc.
31 | lovely
Definition: exquisitely beautiful. Synonyms: beautiful, pretty, attractive, good-looking, appealing, handsome, adorable, exquisite, sweet, personable, charming, etc.
32 | lucky
Definition: having, bringing, or resulting from good luck. Synonyms: fortunate, blessed, favored, charmed, etc.
33 | mature
Definition: fully developed physically; full-grown or denoting an economy, industry, or market that has developed to a point where substantial expansion and investment no longer takes place. Synonyms: adult, grown-up, of age, fully developed, etc.
34 | modern
Definition: relating to the present or recent times as opposed to the remote past. Synonyms: recent-day, contemporary, present, current, latter-day, recent, etc.
35 | nice
Definition: pleasant; agreeable; satisfactory or fine or subtle. Synonyms: enjoyable, pleasant, agreeable, good, satisfying, gratifying, delightful, marvelous, etc.
36 | noble
Definition: belonging to a hereditary class with high social or political status; aristocratic or having or showing fine personal qualities or high moral principles and ideals. Synonyms: aristocratic, patrician, high-born, virtuous, good, honorable, upright, decent, moral, ethical, reputable, etc.
37 | original
Definition: present or existing from the beginning; first or earliest or created directly and personally by a particular artist; not a copy or imitation. Synonyms: indigenous, native, first, earliest, etc.
38 | peaceful
Definition: free from disturbance; tranquil or not involving war or violence. Synonyms: tranquil, restful, quiet, still, harmonious, friendly, cordial, nonviolent, etc.
39 | pleasant
Definition: giving a sense of happy satisfaction or enjoyment or (of a person or their manner) friendly and considerate; likable. Synonyms: enjoyable, pleasurable, nice, agreeable, likable, amicable, personable, etc.
40 | quiet
Definition: making little or no noise or carried out discreetly, secretly, or with moderation. Synonyms: silent, still, hushed, private, secret, unofficial, etc.
41 | reflective
Definition: providing a reflection; capable of reflecting light or other radiation or relating to or characterized by deep thought; thoughtful. Synonyms: studious, contemplative, meditative, deliberate, pensive, reasoning, speculative, ruminative, cogitating, pondering, etc.
42 | romantic
Definition: conducive to or characterized by the expression of love or of, characterized by, or suggestive of an idealized view of reality. Synonyms: loving, amorous, passionate, tender, affectionate, idyllic, picturesque, etc.
43 | self-assured
Definition: confident in one's own abilities or character. Synonyms: confident, assertive, authoritative, commanding, reliant, poised, etc.
44 | sincere
Definition: free from pretense or deceit; proceeding from genuine feelings. Synonyms: heartfelt, wholesome, profound, deep, etc.
45 | spiritual
Definition: relating to or affecting the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things or relating to religion or religious belief. Synonyms: non-material, intangible, religious, sacred, divine, etc.
46 | thoughtful
Definition: absorbed in or involving thought or showing consideration for the needs of other people or showing careful consideration or attention. Synonyms: pensive, reflective, contemplative, considerate, caring, attentive, etc.
47 | thrifty
Definition: (of a person or their behavior) using money and other resources carefully and not wastefully or (of livestock or plants) strong and healthy. Synonyms: frugal, economical, sparing, careful, provident, prudent, etc.
48 | timeless
Definition: not affected by the passage of time or changes in fashion. Synonyms: lasting, enduring, classic, ageless, perennial, abiding, unfailing, unchanging, undying, immortal, eternal, everlasting, etc.
49 | Unique
Definition: being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else. Synonyms: distinctive, individual, special, idiosyncratic, etc.
50 | vivacious
Definition: (especially of a woman) attractively lively and animated. Synonyms: lively, spirited, bubbly, buoyant, merry, perky, enthusiastic, vibrant, energetic, zestful, etc.
51 | wise
Definition: having or showing experience, knowledge, and good judgment. Synonyms: sage, intelligent, clever, learned, knowledgeable, enlightened, etc.
52 | witty
Definition: showing or characterized by quick and inventive verbal humor. Synonyms: humorous, amusing, funny, comic, etc.
53 | wonderful
Definition: inspiring delight, pleasure, or admiration; extremely good; marvelous. Synonyms: marvelous, magnificent, superb, glorious, sublime, lovely, delightful, etc.
54 | zany
Definition: amusingly unconventional and idiosyncratic. Synonyms: eccentric, peculiar, odd, unconventional, strange, bizarre, weird, etc.
55 | zealous
Definition: having or showing zeal. Synonyms: fervent, ardent, fanatical, passionate, devout, committed, enthusiastic, eager, keen, avid, intense, fierce, etc.
What are your brand adjectives? Let me know in the comments!