LinkedIn Guess Who-ordle

Hi - Welcome to my wordle spinoff! On days that I feel like it, there will be a challenge here to test your powers of deduction and business acumen. You'll be provided with a LinkedIn post and 6 clues - from there you will be tasked with finding the LinkedIn profile that has reacted to the listed post and matches the bill. You will unlock one new clue for every incorrect guess, however, you can also unlock clues early for the cost of one guess. If you find someone that you feel matches all six clues, but isn't a correct answer on this page send me an email at (put "LinkedIn Guess Who-ordle" in the subject line). I don't do much checking for multiple answers, that likely makes it my fault.

While completing the LinkedIn Guess Who-ordle (until getting the correct answer, giving up, or reaching 6 lines), the traditional colored squares summary will be built below for you to share. Rows represent the clues needed to get the correct answer. A shorter summary is the sign of a smarter sleuth. Columns represent your guesses. Steadier summaries are the result of a more systematic sleuth. The interpretation guide is shown below.


The Grid - rows x columns → clues x guesses

⬛ - The black square is a placeholder - exciting!

🟥 - Uh-oh! The red square appears when you get a guess wrong

🟨 - Wait! The yellow square appears when you forfeit a guess to unlock a clue

🟩 - Ding-ding! The green square appears when you solve the puzzle

Here is an example to get you started:

🟥⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛ - One clue, one guess (and it was wrong)

🟥🟥⬛⬛⬛⬛ - Two clues, two guesses (wrong again)

🟥🟥🟨⬛⬛⬛ - Three clues, two guesses (sacrificed a guess for a clue)

🟥🟥🟨🟥⬛⬛ - Four clues, three guesses (another mistake)

🟥🟥🟨🟥🟩⬛ - Five clues, four guesses (we have a winner!)


There you go. Good luck, and super sleuthing! The LinkedIn post and clues are below.

I am thinking of someone who reacted to this post: "Our design group had a fun event to print out our own design ✨🌟"(Lisha Dai, Futurice on LinkedIn)

Clue 1 - I am thinking of someone who prefers the design diamond of research and problem identification

1 clue

0 guesses

0 guesses skipped


LinkedIn Guess Who-ordle #2 - 04/23/2022