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1 Lesson 1 Quiz 1. Which technology trend in Web development can be defined as a group of XMLbased technologies that enable computers using different operating systems and software to easily exchange information and share functionality over the Web? a. Blogs b. Multimedia c. Web services d. Web site management applications 2. Web design is as important as the site content because Web design helps to convey: a. reasons to buy the company's product. b. the appropriate message to site visitors. c. a sample of the designer's technological skills. d. proof of the company's professional standards. 3. The Internet is which type of medium? a. Passive b. Broadcast c. One-to-one d. Electronic print 4. Advances in technology have provided sophisticated tools that Web designers can use to create and manage Web sites. Why is it still useful to know HTML? a. Because GUI tools cannot write HTML code b. Because it is easier and faster to write your own HTML code c. Because HTML knowledge helps you use GUI tools more effectively d. Because you need to know HTML in order to publish blogs 5. Which choice lists the element(s) you must include in a proper XHTML document? a. An image with the hyperlink tag using HTTP as the protocol b. The four basic structure tags and <!DOCTYPE> c. Both textual content and graphical images d. Multimedia that will dazzle users and provide interactivity

2 Lesson 2 Quiz 1. Why is it critical to approach Web development as a collaborative effort? a. Because knowledge about Web technology is in short supply b. Because management tends to lack certainty and avoid resource commitment c. Because a team approach provides the Web project with a well-rounded design d. Because collaborative development is faster, even though one person can handle all the development tasks 2. The trend in Web development jobs is toward: a. mobility. b. management. c. specialization. d. generalization. 3. Which choice lists the three general skill disciplines into which Web development team job roles can be placed? a. Design, clerical, and customer service b. Administrative, design, and creative c. Management, creative, and technical d. Management, design, and writing 4. What is the primary job of a Web designer? a. To improve search engine placement b. To create impressive graphics so that visitors will return to the site c. To create a consistent look for the site that conforms to the specifications d. To correctly implement the latest technologies so the site competes well in the market 5. What should be contained in a Web design portfolio? a. Links to Web sites you like b. Samples of your Web design work c. Your personal Web journal, or blog d. Critiques of other designers' Web sites

3 Lesson 3 Quiz 1. Each project objective should answer which of the following questions? a. Who are the stakeholders? b. What is the customer's problem or needs? c. What tasks will we perform to meet this goal? d. What steps will we perform to satisfy the customer's needs? 2. What is the final product of the initiating phase in the project life cycle? a. Project plan b. Project schedule c. Statement of Work (SOW) d. Non-disclosure agreement (NDA) 3. A project's scope can be defined as: a. the resources available to the Web development project team. b. the project plan created by the Web development project manager. c. the end goal of the project and the tasks required to achieve that goal. d. the legal contract that details the customer's expectations and the project team's deadlines. 4. Where should you document problems that need to be escalated to managers or executives outside the Web development team for resolution? a. Issues log b. Project plan c. Project schedule d. Statement of Work 5. Which document lists the planned dates for performing tasks and meeting goals identified in the project plan? a. Project plan b. Needs analysis c. Project schedule d. Statement of Work

4 Lesson 4 Quiz 1. Which of the following describes a good Web project vision statement? a. A method used to implement a Web site strategy b. A dynamic sketch that documents ideas for a site's structure c. A concise statement that includes a value and a measurable goal d. A statement that specifies financial and technological requirements 2. When designing a Web site, you must invent the tactics you will use to implement your Web strategy. What is the fundamental Web strategy? a. To inform and refer users b. To attract and retain users c. To create the most useful site d. To create the best looking site 3. You are creating the specifications for a customer's Web site. One of the requirements is a list of frequently asked questions. Which type of site specification is this? a. Design specification b. Content specification c. Architecture specification d. Functionality specification 4. What is the main purpose of a page template in the Web site development process? a. To supply text and images that comply with content specifications b. To provide stakeholders with a mock-up of the proposed site design c. To apply a consistent look and feel that complies with design specifications d. To provide stakeholders with a diagram of the proposed architecture specifications 5. In Web site design, what is a metaphor? a. A visual suggestion of similarity to another thing or idea b. A strict formula for effective layout of images on a home page c. A dynamic sketch that documents ideas for a site's structure d. A comparison of dissimilar things using the words "like" or "as" 6. Mindmapping is a process that allows you to: a. document ideas in a linear order. b. document ideas in the order that they occur. c. quickly develop a site map to place on your site. d. quickly develop a plan to mastermind a Web project.

5 Lesson 5 Quiz 1. You are designing a Web site for a general public audience. Which of the following guidelines should you follow? a. Create a very dynamic site using high-end software. b. Use the newest multimedia and plug-ins available. c. Design for the lowest common denominator of hardware. d. Design for the most recent browsers but slower modems. 2. Elements such as a company's logo and color scheme can help the company create a memorable image in consumers' minds and strengthen the company's marketing efforts. Which term applies to this practice in a Web site? a. Layout b. Branding c. Resolution d. Consistency 3. Which is the correct RGB value for the color blue? a. 0,0,255 b. 0000FF c. FF0000 d. 255,255,0 4. Which is the best font choice when designing for the Web? a. One or two commonly used fonts b. A combination of serif fonts in various sizes c. A variety of fonts that look artistic together d. An unusual font that expresses uniqueness 5. Which of the following elements is essential to Web design because it distributes content and reduces clutter on a page? a. Sans-serif fonts b. White space c. Hyperlinks d. Headings

6 Lesson 6 Quiz 1. An important usability factor in designing for the Web is knowledge of your audience. Designers can study demographics to determine the audience's hardware and software capabilities, then use this information to: a. tailor content to maximize user support. b. persuade users to upgrade their browsers. c. create a site that users can test for usability. d. create customized navigational elements. 2. The usability of a Web site can be divided into several distinct elements. Which usability element is ultimately the value that the site provides? a. Easy navigation b. Search capability c. High-quality content d. Information architecture 3. Which of the following groups would provide the best test pool for conducting a usability test on a travel-reservations Web site? a. Young computer experts b. Retired senior citizens who travel a lot c. Travel agents from competing agencies d. Users with various backgrounds and skill levels 4. During a usability test, the site developer who is conducting the test should: a. observe the test participants, but not assist them. b. proctor the test participants and answer their questions. c. resist the temptation to interview participants when they exit. d. provide a list of tasks and indicate exactly how to perform them. 5. What is the purpose of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)? a. To enforce the rules of the XHTML standard on public Web sites b. To promote a high degree of Web usability for people with disabilities c. To raise funds that provide computers and Internet access in schools d. To ensure the widest possible audiences by testing Web sites with various browsers

7 Quiz Answers Lesson 7 Quiz 1. Which of the following is a reason that most users are slow to adopt new browsers? a. New browsers do not offer any new features. b. Users may not know how to upgrade their browsers. c. Users may not consider browsers important to Web use. d. Only one browser can be used on Windows systems, and it comes pre-installed. 2. Which browser was created by the Mozilla project? a. Opera b. Safari c. Firefox d. Internet Explorer 3. Which of the following is a reason to avoid using pop-up windows on your Web sites? a. Users with disabilities may not be able to access the pop-up content. b. Users may have blocked pop-ups because pop-ups tend to be annoying. c. Users would be forced to use the browser Back button to navigate your site. d. Users with browsers other than Internet Explorer may not be able to see the pop-up content. 4. In which layer of Web browser functionality do communication protocols such as HTTP and SSL operate? a. Navigation b. Presentation c. Internet access d. Browser window 5. What is the purpose of adaptive browsers? a. To block pop-ups b. To allow users with disabilities to use the Web c. To enable Web access on handheld and wireless devices d. To allow users to apply skins that customize interface appearance

8 Quiz Answers Lesson 8 Quiz 1. Navigation is: a. the same as browsing. b. not a critical factor in Web design. c. movement from one location to another. d. movement among locations in an understood, controlled manner. 2. Which of the following is an example of a primary form of navigation? a. Underlined hyperlinks b. A link to the home page c. A Back button on a browser d. Links within the About Us section 3. What is the term for understanding the navigational hierarchy of any parent, peer or child pages relevant to the current location? a. Positional awareness b. Organizational chart c. Navigational depth d. Site structure 4. As a Web designer, why should you use familiar navigation conventions in your site? a. Because the familiar conventions are required by the W3C b. Because inventing unique site navigation takes more development time c. Because it is advantageous for your site navigation to be different from that of other sites d. Because common elements have predefined meanings and their familiarity makes users comfortable 5. A good navigation action plan includes taking several steps to ensure that your site navigation works well. One step involves studying other sites that are easy to navigate. Which of the following is a common characteristic of good navigation? a. Few alternatives should be offered so that you can direct users' paths and progress. b. Each page should be designed differently so users can identify the page topic by its unique design. c. Feedback should be provided so users can see where they are and have been, and whether they completed a task. d. Visual messages should be artful and abstract so users can guess their meaning and approach the site as a game.

9 Quiz Answers Lesson 9 Quiz 1. Images are essential in Web site design because users expect a visually pleasing experience. Good Web graphics must be: a. aesthetically pleasing, regardless of file size. b. either relevant to the site's purpose or aesthetically pleasing. c. small in file size, regardless of aesthetics. d. aesthetically pleasing, relevant to the site's purpose, and small in file size. 2. Screen resolution is dependent upon which of the following? a. The number of pixels present in a monitor's height and width b. The file sizes of graphics on a page viewed in the monitor c. The bandwidth available to download the pages viewed onscreen d. The bit value (or color depth) provided by each pixel 3. Which of the following accurately describes a difference between raster and vector graphics? a. A raster graphic can be increased in scale without increasing file size, whereas a vector graphic cannot. b. Vector graphics are best suited for photos and drop-shadow effects, whereas raster graphics are best suited for line art and illustrations. c. Raster graphics use individual values for each color displayed, whereas vector graphics use mathematical calculations. d. Vector graphics are dependent on resolution, whereas raster graphics are not. 4. You are creating a graphic image for your Web Design Professionals site. Most of your users are Internet professionals with high-speed connections so download time is not an issue, but you want to achieve the greatest color depth possible. Which image file format should you use? a. TIFF b. JPEG c. GIF d. GIF 89a 5. Which image file format supports transparency, compression and high bit depth, but is not yet widely supported by browsers? a. JPEG b. PNG c. GIF d. BMP

10 Quiz Answers Lesson 10 Quiz 1. What two major factors that inhibit rapid technology adoption also limit today's Web designers' use of multimedia? a. Designer qualifications and software availability b. Internet information delivery and user system RAM c. Bandwidth and browser support technology d. Technology training and browser upgrades 2. Which of the following multimedia technology types is commonly delivered in GIFs, rollovers and Flash files? a. Audio b. Video c. Animation d. Streaming capability 3. In what two distinct ways can audio files be delivered? a. Digital or analog b. With or without video c. Downloaded or streaming d. Through browser or plug-in 4. Which of the following can increase user accessibility of a multimedia Web site that uses animation? a. Captioning b. Java applets c. Scrolling text d. Streaming audio 5. When determining what types of multimedia to use in a Web site (or whether to use multimedia at all), you must first be sure that you understand: a. your site's audience and purpose. b. your computer's bandwidth limitations. c. the application you will use to create the multimedia. d. the development team's requirements for executing the design.

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