1. Bachelor Multimedia Communication (BMMC)
  2. Design and Pagination
  3. Set 1

Design and Pagination Solved MCQs

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Color produced by light falling onto a surface, as compared to subtractive color.

A. additive color
B. primary color
C. none of these
Answer» A. additive color

ISO paper size 210 x 297mm used for Letterhead is called?

A. legal
B. a4 paper
C. letter
Answer» B. a4 paper

Printing that extends to the edge of a sheet or page after trimming is called?

A. margin
B. bleed
C. none of these
Answer» B. bleed

The main text of work not including the headlines.

A. leading
B. banner
C. body
Answer» C. body

The decorative design or rule surrounding matter on a page.

A. border
B. fold
C. gutter
Answer» A. border

A dot or similar marking used to emphasize text.

A. alphabet
B. bullet
C. icon
Answer» B. bullet

In typography, the assembly of typographic elements, such as words and paragraphs, into pages ready for printing.

A. body
B. article
C. composition
Answer» C. composition

In graphic design, the arrangement of type, graphics and other elements on the page.

A. body
B. article
C. composition
Answer» C. composition

Type or art that continues from one page of a book or magazine across the gutter to the opposite page.

A. crossover or bridge, gutter bleed and gutter jump.
B. bleed
C. baseline
Answer» A. crossover or bridge, gutter bleed and gutter jump.

With printed matter, markings indicating where a fold is to occur, usually located at the top edges.

A. gutter
B. margin
C. fold marks
Answer» C. fold marks

The actual page number in a publication.

A. folio
B. rule
C. proof
Answer» A. folio

Arrangement of type and visual elements along with specifications for paper, ink colors and printing processes that, when combined, convey a visual message.

A. layout
B. proof
C. graphic design
Answer» C. graphic design

The unit of measurement for paper weight

A. none of these
B. gsm(grams per square meter).
C. ksm
Answer» B. gsm(grams per square meter).

In the book arena, the inside margins toward the back or the binding edges.

A. spoilage
B. gutter
C. bleed
Answer» B. gutter

A number assigned to a published work and usually found either on the title page or the back of the title page. Considered an International Standard Book Number.

A. isbn
B. iso
C. pin
Answer» A. isbn

Amount of space between lines of type.

A. byline
B. deck
C. leading
Answer» C. leading

One sheet of paper in a publication.

A. legal
B. fold
C. leaf
Answer» C. leaf

Photo whose most important details appear in the shadows.

A. low key photo
B. high key photo
C. desaturated photo
Answer» A. low key photo

Imprinted space around the edge of the printed material.

A. proof
B. deck
C. margin
Answer» C. margin

An author's original form of work (hand written, typed or on disk) submitted for publication.

A. layout
B. manuscript (ms)
C. blueprint
Answer» B. manuscript (ms)

One side of a leaf in a publication.

A. icon
B. gutter
C. page
Answer» C. page

Total number of pages that a publication has.

A. index
B. leafs
C. page count or extent.
Answer» C. page count or extent.

Proof of type and graphics as they will look on the finished page complete with elements such as headings, rules and folios.

A. page proof
B. spoilage
C. manuscript
Answer» A. page proof

Standard symbols and abbreviations used to mark up manuscripts and proofs.

A. icons
B. thumbnails
C. proof reader marks or correction marks.
Answer» C. proof reader marks or correction marks.

Line used as a graphic element to separate or organize copy.

A. rule
B. slice
C. column
Answer» A. rule
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