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Web Design - Chapter 6
white space
proximity
pixel
safe area
an area without content, creates visual breaks between and ar…
closeness of elements on a page can cause readers to make ass…
a single point in a graphic image; picture element
the area that displays on every Web browser/system combinatio…
white space
an area without content, creates visual breaks between and ar…
proximity
closeness of elements on a page can cause readers to make ass…
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Web Design Chapter 6
Alternative personas
animation frames
animation with tweening
applet
Animated alternative personas or virtual identities used for…
Boxes containing individual images that when displayed create…
Animation in which the beginning and ending frames identify t…
Small programs that are designed to execute in a browser and…
Alternative personas
Animated alternative personas or virtual identities used for…
animation frames
Boxes containing individual images that when displayed create…
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Interior Design Chapter 6 Vocab
Bungalow
Cornice
Fanlight
Gingerbread
Small, one story house with an overhanging roof and covered p…
Decorative strip at the area where the roof and walls meet.
A semicircular, round, or oval window with fan shaped panes o…
Lacy looking, cutout wood trim.
Bungalow
Small, one story house with an overhanging roof and covered p…
Cornice
Decorative strip at the area where the roof and walls meet.
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Design 211 Chapter 6
Incunabula
Broadside
Broadsheet
Incipit
Latin for "cradle" or "baby linen"; adopted as a name for boo…
a large printed poster; single leaf pages printed on one side
two sided print; went on to become pamphlets
first line of the text which becomes the title of the book
Incunabula
Latin for "cradle" or "baby linen"; adopted as a name for boo…
Broadside
a large printed poster; single leaf pages printed on one side
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Purposeful Design Level 4 Chapter 6
peak
wavelength
amplitude
medium
the highest point of a wave
the distance between two peaks in a wave
the height of a wave as measured from the midline to the peak
the matter through which energy waves travel
peak
the highest point of a wave
wavelength
the distance between two peaks in a wave
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Body by Design - Chapter 6
origin
insertion
skeletal muscle cells
muscle belly
point of attachment to bone to which muscle is anchored
point of attachment to bone the muscle moves
comprise about 40% of body weight and are voluntary
fleshy contractile part
origin
point of attachment to bone to which muscle is anchored
insertion
point of attachment to bone the muscle moves
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FMS 1 - Chapter 6 (Principles of Sound Design)
ADR
ambient sound
cue sheet
dialogue
...
...
...
...
ADR
...
ambient sound
...
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InDesign Chapter 6
Alpha channels
Content management application
Effective resolution
Interpolation
Selections made in Photoshop that have been saved with a desc…
An application, such as Adobe Bridge, which allows you to org…
The resolution of a placed image based on its size in the lay…
The process by which Photoshop creates new pixels in a graphi…
Alpha channels
Selections made in Photoshop that have been saved with a desc…
Content management application
An application, such as Adobe Bridge, which allows you to org…
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Science Order and Design Chapter 6
Linnaeus
Taxonomy
species
John Ray
Father of Taxonomy
the science of classification that scientists developed to ar…
a distinct type of organism
a pioneer in taxonomy who developed a modern definition of a…
Linnaeus
Father of Taxonomy
Taxonomy
the science of classification that scientists developed to ar…
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Computer Organization and Design: Chapter 6
I/O Requests
Track
Sector
Seek
Reads or writes to I/O devices.
One of thousands of concentric circles that makes up the surf…
One of the segments that make up a track on a magnetic disk;…
The process of position a read/write head over the proper tra…
I/O Requests
Reads or writes to I/O devices.
Track
One of thousands of concentric circles that makes up the surf…
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Discovering Design with Chemistry - Chapter 6 Vocab
Physical Change
Chemical change
Kinetic Theory of Matter
Formation reaction
A change which does not alter the chemical composition of a s…
A change that alters the chemical composition of a substance
The molecules (or atoms) that make up a substance have space…
A reaction in which two or more elements react together to fo…
Physical Change
A change which does not alter the chemical composition of a s…
Chemical change
A change that alters the chemical composition of a substance
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Digital Design Chapter 6
Type
Outline Type
Vector Fonts
Bitmap type
Text, or a layer containing text where each character is meas…
Type that is mathematically defined and can be scaled to any…
Fonts that are vector-based type outlines, which means that t…
Type that may create jagged edges when increases in size.
Type
Text, or a layer containing text where each character is meas…
Outline Type
Type that is mathematically defined and can be scaled to any…
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Theatre Design: Chapter 6
Actual Line
Closed Line
Contour Hatching/ Cross Contour
Contour Line
line that is real, complete and unbroken
line that connects to form a shape or joins with other lines…
Lines of hatching or crosshatching that follow the shape of a…
line that defines the shape of an object, but which varies in…
Actual Line
line that is real, complete and unbroken
Closed Line
line that connects to form a shape or joins with other lines…
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The Art of Floral Design Chapter 6
abscission
acidic
acidifier
alkaline
the dropping off of leaves and flowers, which rapidly increas…
when referring to the pH level of water for cut flowers, the…
to make or become acidic; commercial floral preservatives con…
having a pH greater than 7. The alkalinity of water indicates…
abscission
the dropping off of leaves and flowers, which rapidly increas…
acidic
when referring to the pH level of water for cut flowers, the…
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DESIGN CHAPTER 6&7
time
chronology
narrative
duration
the continuum of experience in which events actually or appar…
the order of events as they unfold in time
a representation of an event or story
how long an actual or recorded events lasts, or seems to last
time
the continuum of experience in which events actually or appar…
chronology
the order of events as they unfold in time
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Chapter 6: Terminology and the Principles of Design
Magritte, The Betrayal of Images ("Thi…
Kandinsky, Picture with White Border,…
Head of a figure dedicated to the god…
Pylon and avenue of sphinxes at the en…
Form
Form
Form
Design
Magritte, The Betrayal of Images ("Thi…
Form
Kandinsky, Picture with White Border,…
Form
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Chapter 6 Vocab Web Design
Plug-In
Codec
Embedding
.mp3
Piece of software that acts as an add-on to a Web browser and…
Program that allows you to read and save media files, often c…
Sound file means that the music plays in a browser with an in…
Means of compressing a sound sequence into a very small file
Plug-In
Piece of software that acts as an add-on to a Web browser and…
Codec
Program that allows you to read and save media files, often c…
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Purposeful Design Level 4 Chapter 6 (with images)
peak
wavelength
amplitude
medium
the highest point of a wave
the distance between two peaks in a wave
the height of a wave as measured from the midline to the peak
the matter through which energy waves travel
peak
the highest point of a wave
wavelength
the distance between two peaks in a wave
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Housing and interior design Chapter 6
traditional style house
Modern house
Contemporary
Adobe
Reflects the experiences and traditions from the past, has be…
Housing styles that were popular from 1900-1960. Frank Lloyd…
The most current or latest design may be surprising or contro…
Spanish/Native American. Flat roof Boxy construction. project…
traditional style house
Reflects the experiences and traditions from the past, has be…
Modern house
Housing styles that were popular from 1900-1960. Frank Lloyd…
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Chapter 6 Design & Analysis
Probability
Expected relative frequency
Random Sampling
Independent random sampling
The expected relative frequency of a particular outcome... Resul…
What you expect to get in the long run if you repeated the ex…
Requires that each individual in the population has an equal…
Requires that each individual has an equal chance of being se…
Probability
The expected relative frequency of a particular outcome... Resul…
Expected relative frequency
What you expect to get in the long run if you repeated the ex…
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Web Design Chapter 6
Ensure Onscreen Readability
Points to Keep in Mind
Markup Text
Style Text
-always try to avoid putting extensive amounts of text on a s…
-keep it short and concise... -web users attention to your page…
-the ways of formatting text in HTML ... -text level semantics... -…
-there are so many style properties to affect about any aspec…
Ensure Onscreen Readability
-always try to avoid putting extensive amounts of text on a s…
Points to Keep in Mind
-keep it short and concise... -web users attention to your page…
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Chapter 6: Intro to Web Design
animated GIF
animation
animation with tweening
applets
A file that stores separate images within multiple animation…
Can catch a visitor's attention, demonstrate a simple process…
The beginning and ending frames identify the original and fin…
Small programs that execute in a browser
animated GIF
A file that stores separate images within multiple animation…
animation
Can catch a visitor's attention, demonstrate a simple process…
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System Analysis & Design - Chapter 6
D) You should question everything.
A) You must challenge yourself to look…
B) Your role is to find the best solut…
D) all of the above
The impertinence characteristic of a good systems analyst is…
The reframing characteristic of a good systems analyst is rep…
The impartiality characteristic of a good systems analyst is…
The primary deliverables from requirements determination incl…
D) You should question everything.
The impertinence characteristic of a good systems analyst is…
A) You must challenge yourself to look…
The reframing characteristic of a good systems analyst is rep…
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Chapter 6 Statistics and Study Design
Quantitive Data
Qualitive Data
Dependant Variable
Independant Variable
numerical data (how many)
words not numbers (what or why)
What you are testing for
what you will change to influence results
Quantitive Data
numerical data (how many)
Qualitive Data
words not numbers (what or why)
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Purposeful Design Level 4 Chapter 6
peak
wavelength
amplitude
medium
the highest point of a wave
the distance between two peaks in a wave
the height of a wave as measured from the midline to the peak
the matter through which energy waves travel
peak
the highest point of a wave
wavelength
the distance between two peaks in a wave
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Chapter 6 art and design
Color
Primary colors
Secondary colors
Intermediate colors
Most expressed element of art and derived from reflected light
Colors that are unable to be found by mixing other colors
Colors made by primary colors mixing
Primary colors mixed with secondary colors
Color
Most expressed element of art and derived from reflected light
Primary colors
Colors that are unable to be found by mixing other colors
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Design 1: Ch 6
time
chronology
narrative
duration
the continuum of experience in which events actually or appar…
the order of events as they unfold in time
a representation of an event or story
how long an actual or recorded event lasts, or seems to last
time
the continuum of experience in which events actually or appar…
chronology
the order of events as they unfold in time
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chapter 6 the designer
proscenium stage
proscenium arch
thrust stage "3 quarter stage"
arena stage
The most common type of Theatre space, known for its framed a…
The frame of a proscenium stage
a theater stage that extends out into the audience's part of…
a performance space in which the audience sits all around the…
proscenium stage
The most common type of Theatre space, known for its framed a…
proscenium arch
The frame of a proscenium stage
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Experimental Design Chapter 6
Archival Records
Behavioral Coding System
Blind Observation
Case Study
Previously existing documents or other data that were produce…
Involve classifying participants' responses into mutually exc…
Observers kept unaware of all hypotheses being tested and any…
In-depth analysis of an individual, social unit, or event
Archival Records
Previously existing documents or other data that were produce…
Behavioral Coding System
Involve classifying participants' responses into mutually exc…
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discovering design with chemistry chapter 6
physical change
chemical change
kinetic theory of matter
formation reaction
a change which does not alter the chemical composition of a s…
a change that alters the chemical composition of a substance
the molecules (or atoms) that make up a substance have space…
a reaction in which two or more elements react together to fo…
physical change
a change which does not alter the chemical composition of a s…
chemical change
a change that alters the chemical composition of a substance
Design I Chapter 6
What is the design process?
Where to find sources for your ideas?
Convergent thinking
Brainstorming
have an idea... what is needed... research existing design similar…
transform a common object... study nature... visit museum
define the problem... do research ... determine your object... devise…
way to extend ideas ideas, see connections, and explore impli…
What is the design process?
have an idea... what is needed... research existing design similar…
Where to find sources for your ideas?
transform a common object... study nature... visit museum
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Your Internal Career Design - Chapter 6
career maturity
monitor
career satisfaction
self-understanding
knowledge for your specific occupation that you gain by using…
to keep track of the success of your decision
the pleasure you get when working in a career that allows you…
true knowledge about yourself
career maturity
knowledge for your specific occupation that you gain by using…
monitor
to keep track of the success of your decision
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Chapter 6: Architecture Residential Drawing and design
Foyer
Dining
Lower
Size
Rather than opening up directly to an outside entrance, the l…
The living room should be located near the _____ room.
To discourage "thru traffic," slightly raise or ____ the livi…
Analyzing the functions to be preformed in a living room help…
Foyer
Rather than opening up directly to an outside entrance, the l…
Dining
The living room should be located near the _____ room.
Science Order and Design Chapter 6
Linnaeus
Taxonomy
species
John Ray
Father of Taxonomy
the science of classification that scientists developed to ar…
a distinct type of organism
a pioneer in taxonomy who developed a modern definition of a…
Linnaeus
Father of Taxonomy
Taxonomy
the science of classification that scientists developed to ar…
Chapter 6 Principles of Design
Accent
Asymmetrical Floral Design
Balance
Central Vertical Axis (CVA)
Interesting detail that adds interest or character to a flora…
A design in which the visual weight is equal on both sides of…
A sense of physical and visual stability
A vertical line that divides a floral design into two balance…
Accent
Interesting detail that adds interest or character to a flora…
Asymmetrical Floral Design
A design in which the visual weight is equal on both sides of…
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Design Chapter 6
Abstract texture
Accent
Actual texture
Assemblage
A texture derived from the appearance of an actual surface bu…
Any stress or emphasis given to elements of a composition tha…
a surface that can be experienced through the sense of touch…
A technique that combines actual items in a display.
Abstract texture
A texture derived from the appearance of an actual surface bu…
Accent
Any stress or emphasis given to elements of a composition tha…
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Chapter 6 - Organization Structure and Design
LO 1 Describe 6 key elements in orga…
___ organizations are still alive and…
*1. WHAT ARE THE SIX KEY ELEMENTS IN O…
Organization design decisions are typi…
...
Bureaucratic organizations are still alive and well and con…
A. Introduction
Organization design decisions are typically made by *senior m…
LO 1 Describe 6 key elements in orga…
...
___ organizations are still alive and…
Bureaucratic organizations are still alive and well and con…
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Chapter 6: Early Christian and Byzantine Design
Constantine
Old St. Peter's
Basilica
Nave
The Emperor in AD 330
Chief example of Early Christian style of Western Europe
A building type that had been in continual use since the 2nd…
The long narrow central aisle used for ritual processions.
Constantine
The Emperor in AD 330
Old St. Peter's
Chief example of Early Christian style of Western Europe
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 9.1
Chemical weathering.
Mechanical weathering.
Climate.
vegetation.
The break down of rocks.
Also called physical weathering.
Rocks in warm,wet climate
Rocks with many plants.
Chemical weathering.
The break down of rocks.
Mechanical weathering.
Also called physical weathering.
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Chapter 6: Essentials of Design and the Design Activities
Network Diagram
Architectural Design
Detail Design
Local Area Network (LAN)
a model that shows how the application is deployed across net…
broad design of the overall system structure; also called gen…
low-level design that includes the design of the specific pro…
a computer network in which the cabling and hardware are conf…
Network Diagram
a model that shows how the application is deployed across net…
Architectural Design
broad design of the overall system structure; also called gen…
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Chapter 6 Design
The Age of Self
Age of Surplus needs
Age of Self needs
What is the timeline for the Age of Se…
Is where we see the final desperation. The designer, maker, a…
Safety needs (stability, protection) and belonginess (friends…
Belonginess needs (friendship), esteem needs (status, respect…
Industrial revolution (1750) -> american revolution (1776) ar…
The Age of Self
Is where we see the final desperation. The designer, maker, a…
Age of Surplus needs
Safety needs (stability, protection) and belonginess (friends…
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Chapter 6 Database Design
The ____ is short, numeric, and fixed
____ meet the ideal, but have no meani…
The terms candidate key and alternate…
____ are alternate identifiers of uniq…
ideal primary key
Surrogate keys
synonymous
Candidate keys
The ____ is short, numeric, and fixed
ideal primary key
____ meet the ideal, but have no meani…
Surrogate keys
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Chapter 6: Study Designs
Case-control Study
Individual
Group
Population-based control, Patients fro…
This type of study seeks to identify possible causes of disea…
The unit of observation and the unit of analysis for case-con…
The unit of observation and the unit of analysis for ecologic…
Sources of Controls (3)
Case-control Study
This type of study seeks to identify possible causes of disea…
Individual
The unit of observation and the unit of analysis for case-con…
Discovering Design with Chemistry - Chapter 6 Vocab
Physical Change
Chemical change
Kinetic Theory of Matter
Formation reaction
A change which does not alter the chemical composition of a s…
A change that alters the chemical composition of a substance
The molecules (or atoms) that make up a substance have space…
A reaction in which two or more elements react together to fo…
Physical Change
A change which does not alter the chemical composition of a s…
Chemical change
A change that alters the chemical composition of a substance
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Chapter 6:Floral Design
accent
asymmetrical floral design
balance
central vertical axis(CVA)
Interesting detail that adds interest or character to a flora…
A design in which the visual weight is equal on both sides of…
A sense of physical and visual statibilty.
A certical line that divides a floral design into two balance…
accent
Interesting detail that adds interest or character to a flora…
asymmetrical floral design
A design in which the visual weight is equal on both sides of…
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floral design chapter 6
accent
asymmetrical floral design
balance
centeral vertical axis (CVA)
interesting detail that adds interest or character to a flora…
a design in which the visual weight is equal on both sides of…
a sense of physical and visual stability
a vertical line that divides a floral design into two balance…
accent
interesting detail that adds interest or character to a flora…
asymmetrical floral design
a design in which the visual weight is equal on both sides of…
Chapter 6: Architectural Design
Software systems are
The architecture of a software system…
Architectural design for a software sy…
The software architecture of a system…
designed and constructed to perform various functions. These…
a central role during the entire life cycle of the software s…
A building has room and subsystems such as heating and air co…
the style of design of the structure of the system including…
Software systems are
designed and constructed to perform various functions. These…
The architecture of a software system…
a central role during the entire life cycle of the software s…
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Chapter 6-Advertising Design
hierarchy of effects model
means-end chain
means-end conceptualization of compone…
visual esperanto
a marketing approach suggesting that a consumer moves through…
an advertisement approach in which the message contains a mea…
an advertising approach that suggests using five elements in…
a universal language that makes global advertising possible f…
hierarchy of effects model
a marketing approach suggesting that a consumer moves through…
means-end chain
an advertisement approach in which the message contains a mea…
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Chapter 6 - Design Pillar
Design
Good Design
UML
Whole Systems Design
is the business of finding a way to meet the functional requi…
involves justifications, reasons, and trade-off considerations
Unified Modeling Language
The "whole system" of interconnected elements that participat…
Design
is the business of finding a way to meet the functional requi…
Good Design
involves justifications, reasons, and trade-off considerations
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Chapter 6 Interior Design
traditional
folk
classic
early english
reflects the experiences and traditions of past eras
originates from common experiences of a group of people, such…
refers to the use of formal architectual elements that have b…
built by English settlers in early 1600s, includes Tidewater…
traditional
reflects the experiences and traditions of past eras
folk
originates from common experiences of a group of people, such…
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