Test Your Design Knowledge

Ready to put your design knowledge to the test? 

  1. What is an EPS file?

A. A transparent vector image

B. A vector format best for quality printing

C. A compressed format for web

  1. What are bleed lines?

A. The extension of a page’s edge past the standard margin, typically 0.125 or .25 inches in width

B. The white margins around a page

C. The lines that mark a pages border for trimming

  1. Which color form is the most appropriate for printing?



C. Pantone colors

  1. Which of the following Adobe programs is best for designing a print document with several pages?

A. Photoshop

B. Illustrator

C. InDesign

  1. Which of the following is a serif font?

A. Playfair Display

B. Open Sans

C. Roboto

  1. What is the appropriate resolution an image should have in order to be printed clearly?

A. 72 dpi

B. 150 dpi

C. 300 dpi

  1. What is kerning?

A. The spacing between lines of text

B. The spacing between letters in a word

C. The spacing between paragraphs

  1. What is a “packaged file”?

A. The source files of a design created in Adobe programs

B. All files of a design, including fonts, source files, and other links

C. Source codes of a file created in Adobe programs

  1. What does “creating outlines” to an area of text do?

A. Lock the layer so it cannot be altered or edited

B. Turns the text into a graphic shape that can be manipulated

C. Make the text match the font and style of other text in a design

  1. Which type of image can be adjusted to any size without losing quality?

A. Vector



Answers: 1. B, 2. A, 3. B, 4. C, 5. A, 6. C, 7. B, 8. B, 9. B, 10. A


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