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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?
a) Unity/Harmony b) Contrast c) Radial d) Repetition
Austin is creating a poster with a background that looks like blades of grass. This is an example of which design element?
a) Lines b) Mass c) Shapes d) Texture
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?
a) Hue b) Saturation c) Shade d) Tint
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?
a) CMYK b) Complimentary Colors c) Color Matching d) RGB
Jerry is creating a presentation and decides to use the same theme and font style throughout. What design principle is he demonstrating?
a) Contrast b) Optical Center c) Balance d) Unity/Harmony
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:
a) Color Matching b) Contrast c) RGB d) Saturation
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?
a) Contrast b) Balance c) Unity/Harmony d) Dominance/Emphasis
A design team has determined that their design must be formal instead of informal. Making this decision will determine the:
a) Target Audience b) Goal of the Design c) Technical Requirements d) Budget and Deadlines
Kathryn has chosen tree bark as the background image for her website. This is an example of which design element?
a) Lines b) Space c) Texture d) Shapes
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?
a) Analogous b) Monochromatic c) Complementary d) RGB
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) Contrast b) Shapes c) Balance d) Z-Pattern
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) Target Audience b) Goal of the design c) Technical Requirements d) Budget and Deadlines
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) Texture b) Contrast c) Balance d) Negative Space
Sarah is designing formal invitations for the school's prom. Which typeface is appropriate?
a) San Serif b) Symbol c) Script d) Serif
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?
a) Target Audience b) Goal of the design c) Technical Requirements d) Budget and Deadlines
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?
a) Analogous b) Monochromatic c) Complementary d) RGB
John wants to expand the spacing between the first line (Soloist) and the second line (Musician). Which typeface spacing should he use?
a) Leading b) Monospaced c) Proportional d) Tracking
Jenny is designing a website for a yogurt shop. Which color mode does she have to consider when planning her design?
a) CMYK b) Saturation c) Color Palette d) RGB
Catherine has used lines in a publication to show the connection between elements. Which design principle has she used?
a) Balance b) Contrast c) Unity/Harmony d) Scale/Proportion
Jacob wants each character in the word Gothic to receive an equal amount of horizontal space. Which type of font should he use?
a) Proportion b) Leading c) Monospaced d) Tracking
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