2. Points 10-17

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Design Quiz on 2. Points 10-17, created by Celi Merchant on 03/26/2017.
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Quiz by Celi Merchant, updated more than 1 year ago
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Question 1

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What is Chromostereopsis?
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  • The effect created by certain color combinations when one color appears to jump out while the other appears recessed
  • The genetic condition also known as "color-blindness" that causes a decreased ability to see color
  • The reflection, refraction and dispersion of light in water droplets resulting in a spectrum of light appearing in the sky

Question 2

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Color-blindness is more common in women because most color genes are on the X chromosome.
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  • True
  • False

Question 3

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The meanings of colors vary between colors, so colors should be chosen carefully when designing for an international audience.
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  • True
  • False

Question 4

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Uppercase text...
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  • is harder to read than mixed case or lowercase text.
  • is read more slowly than mixed case or lowercase text.
  • is perceived as shouting.

Question 5

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As we read, our eyes move in quick, sharp jumps known as:
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  • Gambol
  • Fixation
  • Saccade
  • Saltation

Question 6

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Select the true statements about the pattern recognition of letters:
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  • Serif fonts are easier to read.
  • Font choice always has a strong impact on readability.
  • Font choice impacts a reader's perception of text.
  • People identify letters through pattern recognition.

Question 7

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Some fonts look bigger at the same point size, because
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  • they have taller ascenders.
  • they have a larger x-height.
  • they have looser tracking.
  • they have wider counters.

Question 8

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What measures should you take to make reading a computer screen easier?
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  • Create contrast (ex. put black text on a white background).
  • Condense text (ex. use long paragraphs).
  • Minimize eye strain (ex. use a large point size for text).
  • Create brightness (ex. use bright yellows, oranges and pinks for important text).
  • Break up text (ex. use bullet points and pictures).

Question 9

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When use the Flesch-Kincaid Readability Formula, a higher score means the text is easier to read. A lower score means the text is harder to read.
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  • True
  • False
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