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COM 212: Final Exam Review
Transcript of COM 212: Final Exam Review
Fonts Obstacle 2:
Newspapers Obstacle 3:
Design Goal Start What is symmetrical
balance in design? What is the oldest format of newspaper called? What are the four principles of design? What does the Eyedropper Tool do? COM 212 Midterm Review What is the difference between serif and san serif fonts and give a font example for each. Graphics Newspapers What type of text alignment is the easiest way to symmetrically balance a page? What is a
relationship? What is the difference between
conflicting and contrasting relationships? What is it called when you have
white text on a black background? What is the difference between
leading and kerning? What is line length and what is an ideal length? Name 2 of the 6 main types of contrast in fonts? Name 2 of the 6 types of font styles? What type of colors recede our eyes
and give an example of these colors?
[Warm or cool colors] Our eyes are naturally attracted to warm colors. Please give examples of some warm colors. Name 1 of the 3 photo SELECTION rules. Remember that formula from
the beginning of the semester?
It is a formula to proportionally scale a graphic.
What is that formula. Name 1 of the 3 photo FORMATTING rules. What is a jim dash? What is a deck? What is a widow and why do we avoid this in design? What is a slammer? We traditionally see hammer headlines in newspaper. What is it? What is a flag or nameplate?
Who is this
why do we
? What does this head call mean?
1-40-3 What is a dummy and why do we use it? A leg or column should never be shorter
than how many inches high? What is a dodgeleg and why do we avoid them? What is the order of modular elements? What is a budget? What is the purpose of alignment
and why do we use it? What is the basic purpose of proximity? What does A.I.D.C.A. stand for? What layout design rule is used to establish visual harmony? When is it preferred to use picas over inches? What is an inset and why do we use it? What is an orphan and why do we avoid this in design? If I were to prepare a photo for a newspaper, what would my color mode and resolution be? If I were to prepare a photo for a website, what would my color mode and resolution be? What do RGB and CMYK stand for? What is the frame called? What is the inside called? What
"A-Master"? What is the 1-pica rule and why do we use it in design?