Final Quiz

This quiz covers principles and elements covered throughout this course.

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QUESTION: A Bauhaus teacher developed a theory showing that color is seen relative to its surroundings. The small rectangles on the left are physically the same color, but they appear as two different colors when interacting with the surrounding colors. The same is true for the lines on the right. What was the name of this teacher?

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QUESTION: In this painting by Jacob Lawrence, which color has the greatest luminosity?

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QUESTION: This exhibition poster by Alfred Roller for the Museum of Applied Arts (1902) has a cool color temperature.

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QUESTION: Which of the following describe the way(s) variety is used in "Supremus No. 58" painted by Kasmir Malevich in 1916? Check all that apply.

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QUESTION: Michael Bierut created this rebrand for Saks Fifth Avenue by taking the logo and then subdividing it into a grid of 64 smaller squares. The 64 tiles can then be shuffled and rotated to form an almost infinite number of variations. Which of the following principles and/or methods are NOT used in this design?

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QUESTION: What kind shapes are used in the environmental graphics created for the New Victory Theater?

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QUESTION: Successful, harmonious use of color creates dynamic equilibrium and helps to unify a composition. What type of color palette is used in this composition?

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QUESTION: Roy DeCarava's photograph demonstrates the Rule of Thirds. The focal point of this composition falls at the intersection of which of these invisible gridlines?

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QUESTION: This book cover uses which type of visual balance to reinforce the hierarchy of elements?

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QUESTION: This book cover uses which type of visual balance to reinforce the feeling of stability or formality?

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QUESTION: How does designer Joseph Müller-Brockmann create visual rhythm in this poster? Check all that apply.

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QUESTION: To create a balanced composition, the designer uses some or all of the following design principles to affect the visual weight. Check all that apply.

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QUESTION: This image is an example of the primary and secondary triads found which color system?

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QUESTION: Herman Leonard shot this photograph of Duke Ellington on stage. Which design principles and/or elements are used this composition? Check all that apply.

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QUESTION: This image by design firm CF Napa for Edge Wine is an example of which type of Value Range?

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QUESTION: The packaging developed as part of Raylo's identity design demonstrates which kind of figure-ground relationship?

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QUESTION: Which design principles and/or elements are utilized in this composition by Debbie Millman? Check all that apply.

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QUESTION: Which design principle is demonstrated multiple times in this exhibition design for 'Fragments' - an exhibition highlighting the writings of Martin Luther King, Jr.?

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QUESTION: Which of the following statements are correct? Select all that apply.

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QUESTION: This photograph by John Edmonds from his series "DuRag" is an example of achromatic value?

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QUESTION: Successful, harmonious use of color creates dynamic equilibrium and helps to unify a composition. What type of color palette is used in this composition?

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QUESTION: Which design principles used in this editorial layout for ‘Netflix Queue’ demonstrate a sense of unity? Or, what makes the layout feel unified?

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QUESTION: How would you describe the shapes in the Georgia O'Keeffe painting reproduced in ‘The Book of the Flower’?

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QUESTION: The colors in this composition appear to be vibrating. What term is used to describe the interaction of these two colors?

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QUESTION: In this color interaction example, the small center squares are physically the same color, but they appear as two different colors when interacting with the surrounding colors. What is causing this optical illusion? Select the two correct answers below.

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QUESTION: Which design principle is demonstrated in the logo redesign of the software company 'Red Hat'?

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QUESTION: The business cards in this image use muted colors along with black, white and gray.

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QUESTION: Which color in the Numan logo represents the negative space?

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QUESTION: In this book cover example, identify the dominant color, the sub-dominant color, and the accent color.

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QUESTION: Does the landing page for the Plenaire site design demonstrate a stable or ambiguous figure-ground relationship?

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QUESTION: This photograph by Carrie Mae Weems demonstrates which kind of value range?

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QUESTION: What kind of visual rhythm is used in the painting "Nude Descending a Staircase" by artist Marcel Duchamp?

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QUESTION: Which color system is called the Additive Color Model and is used create digital images viewed on a monitor, projector, or mobile device?

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QUESTION: As a general design rule, using fully saturated complementary colors is not recommended. Why is the use of green and red complementary colors successful in this Mountain Dew logo and website? Select one or more responses.

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QUESTION: When studying the meaning and psychology of color, red is often considered the most emotionally intense color. Depending on the context or culture, red can have different meanings. By using a saturated red background what emotion or message is the designer trying to reinforce in this photo illustration?

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