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CTE Assessment Review

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Who invented the mass printing press? Gutenberg
What is the biggest impact of social media on the media industry? Rapid change
What is viral media? Media that is passed person to person. Typically a popular content.
What is the first step in launching a media business? Business plan
What are the 3 phases of production? Pre-production, production, post-production
When requesting a quote from a printer, what do you need to indicate? Color, paper stock and quantity
What is the name of the program created to protect worker health and safety? OSHA
What does ADA stand for? Americans with Disability Act
What is the best source for legal imagery? Royalty Free
What is a consequence for using images without permission? Financial Loss
When is copyright established? At the time of creation
What agency establishes copyright? US Copyright Office
What is the point of having copyright? Explicit ownership
What is the only way that you can use a copyrighted image without consequences? If you are creating a parody
What is the benefit of a trademark? Consistent brand identity
What is intellectual property? A work or invention that is the result of creativity to which one has rights and for which one may apply for a patent, copyright, trademark, etc.
What is the difference between parody and inspiration? Parody is a joke and inspiration is a design that influences your work.
What is fair use? Fair Use is a legally permissible use of copyrighted material for specific purposes.
What is public domain? Works who’s exclusive intellectual property has expired Works who’s exclusive intellectual property has been forfeited Works who’s exclusive intellectual property has been waived
What is typography? The arrangement of aesthetics of letter forms.
What is the best way to obtain information for a project? Interview the client
What are some considerations that you would take into account when practicing verbal and non-verbal communication with a client? Their culture, background and generation.
What are some considerations that you would take into account when practicing verbal and non-verbal communication with a client? Their culture, background and generation.
What skills are exhibited when a person's focus is on the speaker and encouraging continued consideration? Active listening, active reflection and active questioning
What is one formal research method? Survey
What is a good way to verify the accuracy of information from your research? Have the client review it
What is an example of a primary source? Interview
What would be the best way to reach an audience over 65 years old? Flyers mailed home
What would be the best way to reach an audience of high school students regarding graduation announcements? Group text
What is a factor to consider when determining the proper format for a design piece? Who the target audience is Where the information will be received The client’s brand identity
What should you look for when editing a design piece? Proper grammar and sentence structure Proper use of elements and principles An intentional eyeflow
What application should be used to design an Ebook? InDesign
What application should be used to create custom illustrations? Illustrator
What is the key command to paste text? CTRL+V
What is the key command to undo? CTRL+Z
What is the key command to save? CTRL+S
Why is creating project folders important? Organization of files Accessibility of files
What file format should you use when creating an image with a transparent background? PNG
What is the importance of taking proper care of your equipment? Longevity
What is an example of intranet? a private network accessible only to an organization's staff.
What are some examples of computer threats? Virus Phishing Hacking
What is the best software to scan an image? Photoshop
What is the best software to manipulate an image? Photoshop
What is the proper resolution to scan a printed brochure? 300 PPI
What hardware would you use to capture and transfer a pencil sketch to a computer? Flatbed Scanner
What is an SD card used for? Data storage
What is the best way to backup a file? Offsite storage
What does not apply to design? Self-expression
What is design predominately used for? Communication
Balance, emphasis, movement, unity, contrast and simplicity are examples of what? Principles of design
Line, shape, space, color, typography and texture are examples of what? Elements of design
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