If you're a graphic design whiz who knows everything about colors, shapes, lines and unity with regard to an image, than you'll have a blast taking this graphic design quiz! With exactly 35 questions about balance, rhythm, contrast and more, it's time to see if you truly have what it takes to be a professional graphic designer!
There are many elements and principles of design that are utilized in many branches of graphic design professions. Some of these professions include a Multimedia Designer, Web Designer, Logo Designer and a Flash Designer. You may also work in fields like publication, marketing and advertising, motion graphics and packaging. And depending on the type of work you do, you'll have to be familiar with at least one (or more) graphic design editors and software. Some of these include Canva, Adobe Lightroom and Picasa. There are even some graphic design apps that you can download on your smartphone!
Whether you're a graphic design student, expert or someone who just likes to play with shapes in Photoshop for fun, we encourage you to do your best on this graphic design quiz! See if you're worthy to pass a graphic design certification program by scoring at least a 30/35 right now!
Which of the following is NOT an element of design?
The right answer is Unity. Unity is a principle of design, not an element.
When various aspects of an image or logo have clarity and purpose with each other, this is referred to as ...
Horizontal and vertical axis are used with regard to Unity. This refers to the placement of certain images and logos, so that it creates a meaningful purpose with its surrounding logos, colors and text.
An "equal" proportion with regards to symmetry and asymmetry is known as ...
The correct answer is balance. Balance is one of the seven basic principles of design, and refers to how "balanced" the graphic design image is. For example, if all of the shapes are too far to the right in an image (with too much space on the left), this is considered to be imbalanced.
If a circle is the focal point on an image, it is considered to be ...
An aspect of an image doesn't have to be large for it to be dominant. For example, if you see an all-black piece with a little pink square in the middle, that pink square draws your attention in, so it's considered to be dominant.
Size, width and weight are all aspects of _________.
If two or more elements of an image are proportionate with one another, than they all work in unison with regards to their size, weight and width. If a piece contains several large circles and only one small circle, that small circle would be not in proportion with the other large circles.
"White space" in graphic design doesn't literally mean "white" in color (though it could refer to it if the background is white). It specifically means that the space in between two or more images or elements is blank or "negative."