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1. What does proximity refer to in the design theory?


• It is a way to draw the viewer's attention

• It is the strongest location for creating emphasis

• It is a way to make a group of objects feel like a single unit

• None of the above

2. Which of these is an advantage of liquid-width layout?


• The designer has more control over how an image floated within the content will look

• This layout allows planned whitespace

• This layout adapts to most screen resolutions and devices

• The readability of narrow text blocks improves

3. Which font should be used for illustrations and art work that is to be incorporated into the design of a website?


• Dingbat font

• Novelty fonts

• Serif fonts

• Transitional Serif fonts

4. Which is the type of symmetry which is applied to web site layouts by centering the content or balancing in between columns?


• Horizontal symmetry

• Vertical symmetry

• Bilateral symmetry

• Radial symmetry

5. By which 'magical number' should a line's length be divided so that it can be bisected using the golden ratio?


• 1.26

• 2.16

• 1.62

• 2.61

6. By combining black with which color can a design get a technical feel?


• White

• Purple

• Green

• Blue

7. Which of these is a method to create 'emphasis' in a design?


• Unity

• Proximity

• Repetition

• Isolation

8. Didot is a ________ serif font.


• transitional

• sans

• modern

9. Which of these does not fall in the category of 'warm colors'?


• Orange

• Pink

• Burgundy

• Blue

10. What is the 'core purpose' of web designing?


• Communication

• Attraction

• Sales

11. State whether True or False.

Complementary color schemes consist of colors that are located opposite each other on the color wheel.


• True

• False

12. What is the bowl of a letter?


• It is the rounded curve that encloses negative space in a letter form

• It is the name given to the dot above the lower case

• It is the horizontal line that marks the top edge of the lower case letters

13. State whether True or False.

The lesser the difference between a graphic element and its surroundings, the more that element will stand out.


• True

• False

14. The ____ is the end of the content that users can see on a page before they scroll down.


• footer

• whitespace

• logo

• fold

15. What is the term given to the process of cropping, resizing and modifying the pictures found while searching with search engines and using them for one's own site?


• Creative Cropping

• Google Ganking

• Edge Treatments

16. ________is a principle of design that has to do with the differences in the scale of objects.


• Proportion

• Contrast

• Placement

• Proximity

17. Which of these is not a kind of freeform shape?


• Ellipses

• Random angles

• Non-geometric curves

• Irregular lines

18. What is a split-complementary color scheme?


• It is a color scheme that combines any complementary color scheme with another complementary color scheme

• It is a color scheme that uses the two colors adjacent to the base color's complement

• It is a color scheme that uses colors that are adjacent to one another on the color wheel

• It is a color scheme that uses colors that are located opposite each other on the color wheel

19. Most font families include the regular font face along with italic, bold and ________  variants.


• bold italic

• HTML text

• modern serif

20. _______ is anything that gives a distinctive appearance to the surface of a design.


• Color

• A pixel

• Texture

• Typography

21. What is an analogous color scheme?


• It is a color scheme that consists of a single base color and any number of shades or tints of that color

• It is a color scheme that consists of colors that are located opposite each other on the color wheel

• It is a color scheme that consists of two colors which are adjacent to the base color's complement

• It is a color scheme that consists of colors that are adjacent to one another on the color wheel

22. Which of these color mixtures creates the color vermilion?


• Yellow-orange

• Red-orange

• Yellow-green

• Blue-green

23. In print design language, the vertical space between the lines of the text is known as ____________.


• leading

• ligature

• word-spacing

• letter-spacing

24. For which purpose has the JPEG format been developed?


• It has been developed to store photographic images

• It has been developed to store printed images

• It has been developed to store Graphics Interchange Format

• It has been developed to store the eight bit format

25. _______ and _________ are the most important visual cues we can use to determine or create depth and volume in compositions.


• Light, shadow

• Proportion, perspective

• Width, height

26. What does the 'brightness' of an image refer to?


• It refers to the overall amount of light or darkness in the image

• It refers to the difference between the light and the dark areas of the image

• It refers to the overall color of the image

• It refers to the saturation of the color appearance in the images

27. _____________ is the process of adjusting the space between individual letters.


• Tracking

• Kerning

• Ligature

28. Which of these is not a possible value for background-repeat?


• Repeat

• Repeat-xy

• Repeat-x

• Repeat-y

29. What is the 'rule of thirds'?


• A symmetrical balance when one third of the elements of a composition are the same on either side of an axis line

• A line bisected by the golden ratio and divided into two sections, one of which is approximately twice the size of the other

• A line bisected by the golden ratio by dividing its length by three

• A layout divided into three equal parts

30. What does the saturation of a color mean?


• The measure of the lightness or darkness of a color

• The basic formulae for creating harmonious and effective color combinations

• The saturation of a color is determined by a combination of light intensity and how much it is distributed across the spectrum of different wavelengths.

• The use of a color with black, white and shades of grey

31. In photoshop adjustments, the Hue color affects the overall _________ of the image.


• brightness

• color

• layer style

• freshness

32. What does SIFR stand for?


• Scalable Inman Flash Replacement

• Scalable Inman Flash Recalling

• Scalable Inman Flash Repayment

33. Which one of the following fonts does not come under 'the safe list'?


• Arial

• Arial Black

• Impact

• Helvetica

• All of the above are safe.

34. What is a comprehensive dummy?


• It is a complete simulation of a printed layout that is created before the layout goes to the press

• It is a method of packing data in order to save disk storage space or download time

• It is a standard term for a banner advertisement

• It is a feature of HTML

35. Which of the following is one of the ways to avoid pixelation of an image to be published on the web?


• Enhance the Hue Saturation

• Increase the dpi of the image

• Despeckle the image

• Flatten the image

36. State whether True or False.

The lower angled strokes in the letters "K", "R" and "Q" are known as legs.


• True

• False

37. State whether True or False.

Colors are displayed in percentages of red, green, and blue light in an additive color model.


• True

• False

38. Which of these adds richness and visual interest to all types of design?


• Economy of line

• Typography

• Pattern

• Pixels

39. A /An________ color scheme consists of a single base color and any number of tints or shades of that color.


• analogous

• complementary

• monochromatic

• split complementary

40. What is the imaginary horizontal line on which most of the characters sit called?


• Crossbar

• Cap height

• Serif

• Baseline

41. State whether True or False.

A focal point is the point where the different elements of a composition interact with one another.


• True

• False

42. Any area of a page that is not covered by type or illustrations is known as _____.


• blank space

• white space

• black space

• negative space

43. Which kind of font do 'Wingdings' and 'Webdings' fall under?


• Novelty font

• Dingbat font

• Fixed-width fonts

• Sans ??? Serif fonts

44. ___________ is an eight bit format that compresses files on the basis of the number of colors in the image.






45. What does the term 'typo' stand for?


• Impression or mark

• Writing mistakes

• Creating

46. State whether True or False.

CSS borders provide myriad of possible effects that do not rely on extra images.


• True

• False

47. Which is the most common and expressive element of a graphic design?


• Line

• Points

• Shape

48. What is typography?


• It is the resetting of words, sentences and paragraphs in different fonts.

• It is the arrangement of familiar sets of shapes to make words, sentences, and paragraphs

• It is the implementation of new types of scripts

49. The curved angle that connects the terminal of the stroke to the serif is known as a___________.


• bracket

• crown

• modern serif

• baskerville