Domain 2.0 Identifying design elements used when preparing graphics


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DOMAIN 2 QUIZ

  1. If you are creating artwork for a variety of screen sizes why would you choose Illustrator to design your artwork?

    Artwork created in Illustrator is not easily resized and you can be consistent
    Artwork created in Illustrator pixelates
    Artwork created in Illustrator uses CMYK color mode the best
    Artwork created in Illustrator is scaleable, that means it resizes well to a variety of sizes

  2. Which two file formats below can be used in Illustrator for the Web?

    GIF and BMP
    PNG and EPS
    SVGZ and PNG
    PSD and AI

  3. When you use a scanner to scan an image (photograph, drawing, etc.) what type of image is it?

    a raster image
    a vector image
    an AI image
    a PSD image

  4. What is the difference between a vector and raster file?

    vector graphics can be exported while raster graphics can only be saved
    raster graphics use swatches while vectors use colors
    vectors are composed of paths and rasters are composed of pixels
    vector graphics use CMYK color mode and vector uses RGB color mode

  5. Which of the following are Principles of Design based on C.R.A.P.?

    angling, color, proximity, contrast
    scale, balance, angling, repetition
    balance, spacing, rythm, contrast
    contrast, repetition, alignment, proximity

  6. Why should you use hierarchy in design?

    It leads the viewer through the design elements based on most important to least important
    It leads the viewer through the design elements based on lightest to the darkest elements
    It leads the viewer through the design elements from left to right
    It leads the viewer through the design elements from graphics to text

  7. You are dividing your image into nine equal parts with three rows and three columns. You are using the intersection of a row and a column to create a focal point. What rule of design are you using?

    Rule of Ninths
    The Symmetrical Rule
    Rule of Thirds
    The Rule of Intersections

  8. When choosing a color scheme for your client's project you should consider...

    project budget and color trends
    color trends and client input
    target audience and client input
    Client input and color trends

  9. What are vector graphics composed of?

    pixels in a line
    anchors, paths, and handles
    anchors and points
    paths that are straight

  10. When you scan an image or photograph using a scanner what is the image format of the scanned image when you open it inside an application such as Illustrator, Photoshop, or InDesign? (help me)

    AI image
    PSD image
    Vector iamge
    Raster image

  11. You are creating a brochure for a client. What type of font should you use for the printed material?

    You should only use Serif because they are easier to read in printed works than sans-serif fonts.
    You should only use Sans Serif for the entire document since they are more popular and easier to read
    Serif font for the body of the work and a sans-serif font for headings, table text and captions.
    You can choose any font for print since all fonts are equal in appearence and use.

  12. You are creating a flyer to promote a new Spa Resort. Which one of the following would be a good choice for the font?

    Tahoma
    Comic Sans
    Times New Roman
    Script

  13. Leading is ...

    the process of adjusting the spacing between characters in a proportional font
    the distance between the baselines of successive lines of type.
    the consistent degree of increase (or sometimes decrease) of space between letters to affect density in a line or block of text.
    is the spacing between text, letters, and lines of text

  14. Kearning is ...

    the process of adjusting the spacing between characters in a proportional font
    the distance between the baselines of successive lines of type.
    the consistent degree of increase (or sometimes decrease) of space between letters to affect density in a line or block of text.
    is the spacing between text, letters, and lines of text

  15. Tracking is ...

    the process of adjusting the spacing between characters in a proportional font
    the distance between the baselines of successive lines of type.
    the consistent degree of increase (or sometimes decrease) of space between letters to affect density in a line or block of text.
    is the spacing between text, letters, and lines of text