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A prototype is a:
a) Full scale working model
b) Clay mockup with physical descriptions
c) Model that offers color and depth
d) Rendering that shows the exact size and shape

The process of a product working properly and utilizing proper materials within its development constraints is considered the prodcuct's:
a) Reliability/functionality
b) Ergonomics
c) Maintenance/repair
d) Manufacturability

Establishing a point of emphasis to draw the viewer's eye in on specific elements of a graphic or product is:
a) Contrast
b) Balance
c) Rhythm
d) Variety

The element relating to how something feels when someone touches it and/or how it looks on the surface is:
a) Texture
b) Color
c) Line
d) Shape

An interactive decision-making process that produces plans by which resources are converted into products or systems that meet human needs and wants or solve problems is:
a) Design
b) Communication
c) Manufacturing
d) Technology

A design rule regarding rhythm, balance, proportion, variety, emphasis, or harmony and is used to evaluate existing designs and guide the design process is a design:
a) Principle
b) Brief
c) Process
d) Proposal

A written plan of action for solutions to a proposed problem is a design:
a) Proposal
b) Brief
c) Principle
d) Process

When a design can be separated into two equal parts that are symmetrical, the designer has achieved which type of balance?
a) Formal
b) Horizontal
c) Vertical
d) Informal

A written plan that identifies a problem to be solved, it criteria and its constraints is a design:
a) Brief
b) Principle
c) Process
d) Proposal

Designs are developed through an ongoing process that follows a product over time. What is this process?
a) Evolution
b) Constitution
c) Restitution
d) Revolution

What is systematic problem-solving strategy?
a) Design process
b) Design composure
c) Design concept
d) Design strategy

The visual weight of an object or image in either formal or informal symmetry is:
a) Balance
b) Harmony
c) Porportion
d) Unity

Which factor of a product's ability to be utilized would be considered to develop products that are produced in harmony with our environment?
a) Environmental concerns
b) Ergonomics
c) Quality control
d) Safety concerns

Form should do more than follow function, it should enhance it according to:
a) Frank Lloyd Wright
b) Benjamin Franklin
c) Florence Nightingale
d) The Wright Brothers

The study of how to arrange and design devices, machines, or workspace so that people and things interact safely and most efficiently is known as:
a) Ergonomics
b) Electronics
c) Pharmacology
d) Sociology

What is needed to establish contrast?
a) Point of emphasis
b) Design agreement
c) Movement
d) Size relationship

The ability of a product to be produced through feasible means and meet a need using available materials and resources is considered:
a) Manufacturability
b) Harmonious
c) Impossbile
d) Technological break-through

Information feedback related to measurement tolerances and specifications to assure proper production of products is:
a) Quality control
b) Ergonomics
c) Reliability
d) Safety

Balance, proportion, contrast, variety, harmony, unity, and rhythm are all associated with:
a) Principles of design
b) Presentation
c) A problem
d) The imagination

The 'rule of thirds' is applied in the composition of what medium?
a) Photographs
b) Rough designs
c) Storyboards
d) Thumbnails sketches

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