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Information evenly divided on a page using squares or rectangles. The figure shown is an example of which design principle?
a) asymmetrical b) radial c) symmetrical d) white space
James uses an element of design that gives the paper a certain feel on its page. Which element of design is emphasized in the graphic above?
a) line b) mass c) texture d) value
element that is bolded to show emphasis in the information or graphics?
a) line b) mass c) texture d) value
principle where the writer has the information coming out of circular type shapes?
a) asymmetrical b) radial c) symmetrical d) white space
principle of design where the information is surrounded by the blank space that provides a separation of the information in the page from the edge of the document.
a) asymmetrical b) radial c) symmetrical d) white space
morton uses mismatch elements to present the information on his flyer. which principle of design did he employ?
a) asymmetrical b) radial c) white space d) symmetry
Which element of design is emphasized in the graphic in terms of triangles, circles, squares?
a) lines b) mass c) texture d) shape
The figure above is an example of which design principle? Hint: It’s all about (the 5 similar pictures list)
a) proximity or unity b) radial c) consistency or repetition d) white space
Which element of design when you see the rainbow in the open sky, as it evokes emotion and attracts attention. This is emphasized in the graphic?
a) Color b) mass c) texture d) shapes
The figure above is an example of which design principle? Hint: enjoying the view with that special someone! the closeness of pictures and words.
a) alignment b) consistency c) Proximity/unity d) white space
Which element of design can consist of any size, shape, texture, or pattern and may be placed in any direction?
a) lines b) mass c) texture d) value
Which is the aspect of color that refers to the contrast of lightness and darkness of an object compared to the objects around it no matter what color it is?
a) lines b) color c) texture d) value
The principle of design that refers to how information is laid out on a page is known as:
a) proximity or unity b) alignment c) consistency d) white space
Which element of design assist with organizing information, simulate movement and connect pieces of information or graphic element and is emphasized in this graphic?
a) mass b) shape c) texture d) lines
Which principle of photography and graphic design uses two vertical and horizontal lines to assist in the editing and placement of objects?
a) avoid center b) scan the horizon c) rules of thirds d) optical center
Within the Technical aspect of color graphic artist learnt that the primary colors are:
a) red, white and blue b) red, green and blue c) red, yellow and blue d) red, pink and green
In the topic: Technical Aspect of Color as graphic artist we learnt that each individual color of the color wheel is known as:
a) light b) saturation c) hue d) shade or tint
If we add White to any hue whether it is (RGB) the results of that is known as:
a) Light b) saturation c) tints d) shades
In the topic: Technical Aspect of Color as graphic artist we learnt that if we add saturation to a hue this will result in what is known as:
a) light b) saturation c) hue d) shades and tints
If we add Black to any hue whether it is (RGB) the results of that is known as:
a) shade b) light c) tint d) saturation
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