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Which of the following best defines space? • Space consists of lines. • Space surrounds form and any other positive elements. • Space is made up of neutral colors. Which question ... reflects the consideration of proximity in visual design? • Should the focal point be in the center? • Should the space be high or low contrast? • When and how should I group elements? Which of the following is the definition of a plane? • The third dimension that differentiates form from shape. • An area within a surface that extends to a specific direction or position. • An area that has a width, a height, and a depth. • The amount of three-dimensional space occupied by a form. According to the cognitive theory, which is the best example of salience? • Thad began dating Angie six months ago, and now feels like he's falling in love with her. • After hearing Aaron's accent, Jayme determined he would be a great addition to the team. • Lavonne saw a school bus that he used to ride as a kid. • Because Larry was focused on counting the pigeons he was feeding, he missed the celebrity who walked past him. Which of the following statements about asymmetrical balance is true? • Asymmetrical balance relates to objects on a central axis. • Asymmetrical balance depends on identical elements in a design. • Asymmetrical balance provides an even distribution of weight. • Asymmetrical balance can have tension between the elements. How is rhythm shown in this image? • The sand has texture. • The sand is arranged in a variety of different patterns. • The lines visually repeat and show different forms of movement. • A limited color palette is used. Which of the following best defines pattern? • Pattern is the formation of a consistent arrangement of exact or similar elements. • Pattern is repetition of space and scale in a symmetrical fashion. • Pattern is the arrangement of elements by size and color around a form. How is the element of space used in this photograph? • The negative space around the woman creates a flat appearance of space with the sky, woman and the ground. • The negative space around the woman appears to be closer to the camera while the woman appears to be in the background. • The negative space around the woman enables viewers to perceive depth. Which statement about scale and proportion is true? • They are only applicable in photographic images. • They both can directly affect our perception of elements in an image. • They are design elements that positively impact the realistic nature of an image. Which of the following is NOT an element of design? • Space • Line • Form • Unity Which of the following statements describes the central principle of Gestalt theory? • The whole is greater than each part. • The whole creates a steady flow of direction. • The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. • The whole is perceived as complete, even if some information is missing. Which of the following best defines the line element in visual design? • Line is a design element that is not defined by its direction. • Line is a dynamic form defined by its length and direction. • Line is the use of dynamic energy defined by its thickness. • Line is the use of movement that is defined by its length and direction. Which of the following visual design elements is featured in this image? • Space • Dot • Shape • Contrast Which term is paired correctly with its definition? • Gradient The ratio of light to dark in an image • Chiaroscuro The subtle use of gradation to create dramatic value • Value The level of color saturation in an image Which answer correctly identifies the part of the human vision system that is part of the retina? • Pupil • Optic nerve • Rods • Visual cortex Which of the following best defines visual communications? • A process by which an image focuses on the viewer's personal interpretation and prior experience. • A process by which an image sells an idea or message to an audience. • A process by which an image transmits a message to a receiver. • A process by which an image conveys an idea or message to an audience in order to inform, sell, persuade, educate or entertain. Why are the trees in the foreground the focal point of this image? • Because they are presented in black and white. • Because they are in low contrast to the background. • Because they are in high contrast to the rest of the image. • Because they are not centered in the image. Which statement best analyzes unity in this image? • The positioning of the sky, buildings, and water, coupled with the bridge which anchors them together, creates unity. • Unity is shown through the different colors as the buildings recede into the distance. • The ripples in the water, paired with the subtle lines in the clouds, create unity. How is emphasis shown in this image? • Texture is seen on the surface of the yellow center of the flower. • Proximity is used to show distance between the petals of the flower. • The dark bee is contrasted against the bright flower. • Balance is used to show petals of the flower. Which of the following statements about montage theory is NOT true? • It makes use of slow transitions from scene to scene. • A Russian psychologist, Lev Kuleshov, experimented with montage. • It was pioneered by filmmakers in Russia. • It often depends on the use of conflicting or unrelated images. Why is it important to understand the principles of design? • You can identify the construction of a design so that you can critically evaluate its effectiveness. • They are the building blocks of good design. • You can determine the effectiveness of the design based on the number of elements used. • It will help you to figure out how many elements are in the design. Select the option below that is one of the 7 hues of visible light. • White • Black • Beige • Violet Which of the following statements does NOT pertain to semiotic theory? • Projection is a key process that is defined by the theory. • The theory incorporates a precise system of describing signs, including the terms symbol, icon, and index. • The theory is used in a variety of disciplines, including art, literature, and politics. • Roland Barthes was a key figure in the development of the theory. Which one of the following statements relates to Aldous Huxley? • Credo was “The more you see, the more you know” • Stressed the importance of organization and grouping • Film director who, in the 1920s, pioneered the use of montage • Developed Gestalt theory Which statement accurately analyzes the design principle evident in this painting? • Scale is shown by the positioning of the different elements in the painting. • Balance is shown by the rhythm in the brush strokes. • Contrast is shown by the stark difference in the colors of the elements in the painting. Which of the following qualities are what make a form three-dimensional? • Width, height, and depth • Width, depth, shape • Shape, height, depth • Width, height, shape Which of the following statements describes the function of the figure/ground relationship? • It surrounds positive elements. • It differentiates form from shape. • It lays the foundation of the composition. • It enables the viewer to see perceived depth. Which term is paired correctly with its definition? • Chiaroscuro The subtle use of gradation to create dramatic value • Gradient The ratio of light to dark in an image • Value The level of color saturation in an image Which of the following is NOT an element of design? • Space • Unity • Line • Form Which characteristic is a component of the line element in visual design? • Length • Volume • Shape • Balance Which of the following is a visual communications theory that focuses on the viewer using a series of mental processes? • Omniphasism • Cognitive theory • Montage theory • Gestalt theory Which statement about scale and proportion is true? • They both can directly affect our perception of elements in an image. • They are design elements that positively impact the realistic nature of an image. • They are only applicable in photographic images. Why is proximity a valuable design principle? • It can help to establish whether an element is the foreground or background. • It can enhance viewers' perception of grayscale and unity in a design. • It can influence and guide how viewers perceive and navigate a design. Which of the following visual design elements is featured in this image? • Contrast • Dot • Space • Shape Which statement describes how unity is shown in this painting? • The large amount of negative space • The contrast between light and dark • The flow of the body angles • The emphasis in the brush strokes In semiotics, an icon is __________. • a sign that has no logical connection to what it signifies; the viewer must learn the connection between the sign and its meaning • a sign that can be understood because it is logically linked to, or affected by, what it stands for • a precise system for describing signs • a sign that physically resembles what it signifies Which of the following is the definition of a plane? • The amount of three-dimensional space occupied by a form. • The third dimension that differentiates form from shape. • An area within a surface that extends to a specific direction or position. • An area that has a width, a height, and a depth. Which of the following statements about asymmetrical balance is true? • Asymmetrical balance relates to objects on a central axis. • Asymmetrical balance provides an even distribution of weight. • Asymmetrical balance depends on identical elements in a design. • Asymmetrical balance can have tension between the elements. How is rhythm shown in this image? • The sand has texture. • A limited color palette is used. • The sand is arranged in a variety of different patterns. • The lines visually repeat and show different forms of movement. How does a form differ from shape? • Form has more than three sides. • Shape has more volume than form. • Form has the third dimension of depth. • Form is defined by its allegiance to mathematical construction. Which of the following best defines visual communications? • A process by which an image conveys an idea or message to an audience in order to inform, sell, persuade, educate or entertain. • A process by which an image sells an idea or message to an audience. • A process by which an image focuses on the viewer's personal interpretation and prior experience. • A process by which an image transmits a message to a receiver. Which answer correctly identifies the part of the human vision system that is part of the retina? • Rods • Visual cortex • Optic nerve • Pupil If Roslyn loved the beautiful hues in the sunset last evening, what was it specifically that she loved? • She loved the saturation in the sky. • She loved the pattern in the sky. • She loved the textures in the sky. • She loved the colors in the sky. Which statement accurately analyzes the design principle evident in this painting? • Contrast is shown by the stark difference in the colors of the elements in the painting. • Scale is shown by the positioning of the different elements in the painting. • Balance is shown by the rhythm in the brush strokes. Which of the following is a term used in Gestalt Grouping Laws? • Emphasis • Kuleshov effect • Closure • Selectivity Which statement correctly describes the use of design elements in this photo? • The lines of the railroad track guide your eye towards a white dot, which serves as the focal point. • The focal point of the light at the end of the track creates a sense of balance. • The pattern of the leaves focuses the eye on the foreground. Which statement below relates to Constructivism? • It is a theory that has been useful in billboard design. • It enables viewers to figure out the message, based on their past experiences. • It is a strategy that is often used in modern art. Which of the following statements appropriately analyzes how texture is seen in this image of a Belgian waffle? • Texture is seen in the bumpy imperfections of exterior surface of the waffle. • Texture is seen in the organized arrangement of the squares of the waffle. • Texture is seen in the repeating squares of the waffle. Which of the following best explains why emphasis is important in a design? • Emphasis depends on other design elements to attract the viewer's attention. • Emphasis creates movement that draws the viewer to a specific location in the design. • Emphasis creates a focal point for the viewer. • Emphasis depends on other design principles to attract the viewer's attention. Why are the trees in the foreground the focal point of this image? • Because they are in low contrast to the background. • Because they are presented in black and white. • Because they are not centered in the image. • Because they are in high contrast to the rest of the image. Which statement is true of Soviet Montage? • It imparts meaning through quick film editing and the juxtaposition of unrelated or conflicting images shown in rapid succession. • It is an approach to filmmaking that contrasts black-and-white imagery with color imagery. • It is a technique often used to intensify suspense and horror in film. • It is an editing technique pioneered by a Russian psychologist that focuses on inducing a unique thought from two varied pictures. Which one of the following is NOT a principle of design? • Proximity • Value • Rhythm • Scale [Show More]

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