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Jeopardy 1.02 Part 11.02 Part 21.02 Part 31.02 Part 4 1.02 Part 5 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.

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2 Jeopardy 1.02 Part Part Part Part Part 5 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

3 $100 Question 1.02 Part 1 The process matching the colors produced on the computer screen to the colors that can be printed on paper using ink to ensure the printed publication looks as much like the on-screen publication as possible A. Value B. Complimentary Colors C. Color Matching

4 $100 Answer from 1.02 Part 1 C. Color Matching

5 $200 Question from 1.02 Part 1 The four-color printing process, color is created by layering cyan, magenta, yellow and black ink also referred to as CMYK. True False

6 $200 Answer from 1.02 Part 1 True

7 $300 Question from 1.02 Part 1 The use of big and small elements, black and white text, squares, and circles is referred to as: A. Alignment B. Contrast C. Balance D. Repetition/Consistency

8 $300 Answer from 1.02 Part 1 B. Contrast

9 $400 Question from 1.02 Part 1 Repeating some aspect of the design throughout the entire layout. A. Proximity/Unity B. Balance C. Repetition/Consistency D. Alignment

10 $400 Answer from 1.02 Part 1 C. Repetition/Consistency

11 $500 Question from 1.02 Part 1 Used to organize information, simulate movement, lead the eyes and enhance a design. A. Line B. Shapes C. Mass D. Texture

12 $500 Answer from 1.02 Part 1 A. Line

13 $100 Question from 1.02 Part 2 A chart used to show the relationship between colors. Can be used to pick colors that will look good together in desktop publishing. A. Complimentary colors B. Color Matching C. Color Wheel

14 $100 Answer from 1.02 Part 2 C. Color Wheel

15 $200 Question from 1.02 Part 2 Calming colors are considered cool colors which include blue, green, and violent. True False

16 $200 Answer from 1.02 Part 2 True

17 $300 Question from 1.02 Part 2 Used to enhance a publication and convey meaning. A. Line B. Shapes C. Mass D. Texture

18 $300 Answer from 1.02 Part 2 B. Shapes

19 $400 Question from 1.02 Part 2 Elements that radiate or swirl out from a center point is a radial. True False

20 $400 Answer from 1.02 Part 2 True

21 $500 Question from 1.02 Part 2 Off-center alignment created with an odd or mismatched number of elements is referred to as: A. Symmetrical B. Radial C. Contrast D. Asymmetrical

22 $500 Answer from 1.02 Part 2 D. Asymmetrical

23 $100 Question from 1.02 Part 3 Which of the following is the spot that the eye sees when it first encounters a page? A. Optical center B. Z-pattern C. Alignment D. Texture

24 $100 Answer from 1.02 Part 3 A. Optical center

25 $200 Question from 1.02 Part 3 Symmetrical are elements of the design that are centered or evenly divided horizontally and vertically on a page. True False

26 $200 Answer from 1.02 Part 3 True

27 $300 Question from 1.02 Part 3 Used to convey a “visual” sense of feel. A. Line B. Shapes C. Mass D. Texture

28 $300 Answer from 1.02 Part 3 D. Texture

29 $400 Question from 1.02 Part 3 A design principle that visually divides the page into thirds vertically and/or horizontally and places the most important elements with those thirds is referred to as the Rule of Thirds. True False

30 $400 Answer from 1.02 Part 3 True

31 $500 Question from 1.02 Part 3 Hue, tint, shade and saturation are referred to as: A. Color terms B. Color Concepts C. Color

32 $500 Answer from 1.02 Part 3 A. Color terms

33 $100 Question from 1.02 Part 4 Which of the following adds emphasis and appeal to important information? A. Contrast B. Balance C. Proximity/Unity

34 $100 Answer from 1.02 Part 4 A. Contrast

35 $200 Question from 1.02 Part 4 Negative or empty space between text and/or graphics. A. Proximity/Unity B. Repetition/Consistency C. Contrast D. White Space

36 $200 Answer from 1.02 Part 4 D. White Space

37 $300 Question from 1.02 Part 4 Used to evoke emotion and action; adds or detracts attention: A. Mass B. Texture C. Shapes D. Color

38 $300 Answer from 1.02 Part 4 D. Color

39 $400 Question from 1.02 Part 4 Which of the following gives a design breathing room and smooths transition between elements? A. Alignment B. Balance C. White Space

40 $400 Answer from 1.02 Part 4 C. White Space

41 $500 Question from 1.02 Part 4 Which of the following aids navigation and improves readability? A. Repetition/Consistency B. Contrast C. Proximity/Unity

42 $500 Answer from 1.02 Part 4 A. Repetition/Consistency

43 $100 Question from 1.02 Part 5 Relationship of elements in a pattern or grid is: A. Alignment B. Balance C. Contrast D. White Space

44 $100 Answer from 1.02 Part 5 A. Alignment

45 $200 Question from 1.02 Part 5 Colors that look good together to create a more visually appealing publication. A. Color Wheel B. Complimentary Colors C. Color Matching

46 $200 Answer from 1.02 Part 5 B. Complimentary Colors

47 $300 Question from 1.02 Part 5 Placing elements near each other to demonstrate their relationship to each other. A. Alignment B. Contrast C. Balance D. Proximity/Unity

48 $300 Answer from 1.02 Part 5 D. Proximity/Unity

49 $400 Question from 1.02 Part 5 Used to define size, space and create an impact. A. Line B. Shapes C. Mass D. Texture

50 $400 Answer from 1.02 part 5 C. Mass

51 $500 Question from H5 Determined by how elements are placed on a page is: A. Alignment B. Contrast C. Balance D. Proximity/Unity

52 $500 Answer from 1.02 part 5 C. Balance

53 Final Jeopardy This author wrote, “If one man kills another, it murder, but if a hundred thousand men kill another hundred thousand, it is considered an act of glory!?”

54 Final Jeopardy Answer Who is Tolstoy? (The book is Kingdom of God)


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