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Multimedia and Webpage Design Final Exam Review 1.01
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________________ is the style, arrangement, and appearance of text
A __________ is the basic design of a character
Serif typefaces have attributes or strokes at the tips of the letters called ________
Serifs should be used in the _______ of text in a printed publication.
With _________ typefaces there are no attributes at the tips of the letters. They are best used for digital displays.
__________ typefaces are designed strictly to catch the eye
_________ typefaces appear to have been written by hand with a calligraphy pen or brush and should never be keyed in all caps
A(n) ___________ is the specific size, weight and style applied to a typeface.
The ____________ refers to the slant, weight and special effects applied to the text.
With ____________ typefaces each character takes up the same amount of horizontal spac
Jill is creating a FBLA flyer with an elaborate headline designed to catch the eye. Which typeface category is appropriate?
Sarah is designing formal invitations for the school's prom. Which typeface is appropriate?
Font choice should convey the meaning or personality that matches the __________ of the design
_______________ is an arrangement of text in a graduated series to help readers scan and know where to enter and exit the text
_____________ is the vertical spacing between lines of text.
____________ is horizontal spacing between pairs of letters
__________ is the horizontal spacing between ALL of characters in a large block of text.
Tracking makes a block of text more open and airy or more __________.
Vera is designing a website for a clothing store. She has placed the most important information at the top of the web page. This is an example of which usability and readability consideration?
John wants to expand the spacing between the first line (Soloist) and the second line (Musician). Which typeface spacing should he use?
Jacob wants each letter in the word "Gothic" to have the same amount of space. Which typeface spacing should he use?
A magazine editor is designing a layout about Halloween. He is trying to decide which two fonts will convey the meaning of the publication . This is an example of which usability and readability consideration?
Jen is designing a website for a clothing store. She is testing her font choice to see if it is legible on the computer screen. This is an example of which usability and readability consideration?
Taylor is creating a graduation announcement. Which typeface should she use?
1.01.02 Alex is creating a website for his band. Which typeface would be the BEST?
__________ are a powerful but simple method of enhancing a publication. They can be of any size, shape, texture or pattern and may be placed in any direction.
______________ is the length, width, and depth of objects on a page or scree
_________ is the area between and around objects.
_________ can be geometric, natural (organic), or abstract
___________ is the 3-dimensional space added to objects by the addition of shadows, tone, or color transitions
_________ refers to the size, space and "heaviness" of an object.
_________ is an effect applied to a background or as the fill for an object. It is often used to convey a sense of touch or feel.
_______ can be used to evoke emotion or to set a tone or mood for the publication.
Austin is creating a poster with a background that looks like blades of grass. This is an example of which design element?
Kathryn has chosen tree bark as the background image for her website. This is an example of which design element?
Kevin designed a flyer for his meeting. The flyer was crowded with information making it difficult to read. Which design element could he use to give the design breathing room?
A student is designing a flyer for prom. She has added a shadow behind a graphic to create a 3-D effect. This is an example of which design element?
Jill has created a table to organize information in her magazine layout. This is an example of which design element?
Red, orange, and yellow are warm colors that are considered _________________.
____________ colors are colors that look good when used together. They are any 2 colors directly opposite each other on the color wheel. Some examples would be green and red or orange and blue.
The _______________ color scheme is when you have any three colors which are side by side on a 12 part color wheel. Example: yellow-green, yellow, and yellow-orange.
The ______________ color scheme uses variations in lightness and saturation of a single color which produces a soothing effect.
Printers and printing presses use a color method called _________.
RGB uses ____color which means as color, or light, is added the result gets lighter
CMYK uses ____ Color which means as color is added, the result gets darker.
________ is another word for color.
_______ is the brightness of a color
_______ is a hue plus white.
_______ is a hue plus black.
_________ is the amount of the hue used.
Rusty has created a brochure and wants to make sure the color on the printed copy looks just like what is on his monitor. This is referred to as what color principle?
Jennifer has chosen different shades of blue for her design. This is an example of which type of color scheme?
Lisa needs pink paint so she adds white to red paint. This is an example of what color term?
Jenny is designing a website for a yogurt shop. Which color mode does she have to consider when planning her design?
Jim has chosen 2 colors that are directly opposite of each other on the color wheel for her design. This is an example of which type of color scheme?
Jennifer has chosen 3 colors that are side by side on a 12 part color wheel. This is an example of which type of color scheme?
Mandy is painting hearts for a Valentine's Day party. She adds black to red paint to darken the color of her hearts. What has she done to the color?
Curtis is designing business cards for a client. The colors on the business cards should look just like the colors on his business website. When printing the cards, Curtis should use:
According to the principles of design, there are 3 types of _______________: symmetrical, asymmetrical, and radial.
In ___________ balance, elements of the design are centered or evenly divided either vertically or horizontally.
A publication with ____________ balance has off-center alignment created with an odd or mismatched number of elements.
_____ is when you emphasize the differences between elements to create interest or excitement.
_____________ is when all of the design elements are consistent with each other in shape, style and color and consistent with the overall message.
__________ is the relationship between the sizes of various elements. This can be used to create visual impact and aids readability.
_________ is the use of columns and/or rows in design. This technique is used frequently in print and web design.
_______________ can be used to get the viewer's attention and to focus them on particular elements. Can be used to assure that the viewer starts in the correct order when viewing media.
_____________ is using imaginary grids to visually divide the page into thirds vertically and horizontally and placing most important elements along a line or where they intersect.
rule of thirds
The __________ center is the spot that the eye sees first when it encounters a page.
The ___________ is the pattern the eye follows when scanning a page.
Mike designed a newsletter for a meeting and is using the same typeface size and color for all headings. Which design principle did he follow?
Which design principle is illustrated in figure 1.01D?
Chuck is designing a brochure with two elements that are noticeably different from one another in order to draw the viewer's attention to essential information. Which principle of design is he using?
Janice is creating a multimedia presentation and wants to insert an image of her dog on the slide so that it is the first thing the audience sees. Which design element is she using?
Joe is creating a flyer for an upcoming FBLA event. How should he arrange the MOST IMPORTANT information to ensure that the viewers will notice it?
A design team will make 100 copies of an 8.5" x 11" flyer for the client. This is an example of which part of the Systems Approach?
A design team is interviewing the client to determine the target audience and budget for a design project. This is an example of which step in the Systems Approach?
The design team must deliver it's final product to the client by April 1st. This is an example of which part of the Systems Approach?
Budget and Deadlines
A design team is researching competitor's designs and sketching ideas for a design project. This is an example of which step in the Systems Approach?
A design team has determined that their design must be formal instead of informal. Making this decision will determine the:
Goal of the design
Determining the target audience, deciding on the goal of the design, figuring out the technical requirements, determining a budget, and setting deadlines are all part of which step in the Systems Approach to design?
Finding inspiration in books and magazines, researching similar designs, and sketching out ideas are all part of which step in the Systems Approach to design?
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