IAT235 Reading Quizzes with Answers.docx

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Department
Interactive Arts & Tech
Course
IAT 235
Professor
Jack Stockholm
Semester
Fall

Description
Info Design & Icons According to Senechal, Information Design is a problem solving process to ultimately create something visual False; info Design primarily creates utility, to communicate, to make meaning What reasons were given for why information design particularly relevant today? * Noise in the media channel * Accessibility of other cultures Poor design * Multitasking Aging population The function of design according to Visocky O'Grady is determined by two factors: Density Audience Identify the design stages published by the ISO: Specify the context of use Specify the user and organizational requirements Produce design solutions Evaluate designs against project requirements Cognitive & Communication Principles The Stage Theory Model addresses what three aspects of human perception / cognition? Sensory input Short term memory Long term memory Miller's theory of Chunking identifies that human long-term memory can remember information in chunks of 7, plus or minus 2. False The principles of pragnanz, also known as the figure-ground relationship, identifies that [-----] objects are perceived as [-----] and [-----] objects are perceived as [-----]. The principle of area identifies that [-----] objects are perceived as [-----] and [-----] objects are perceived as [-----]. The principles of pragnanz, also known as the figure-ground relationship, identifies that [dominant] objects are perceived as [figures] and [recessive] objects are perceived as [ground]. The principle of area identifies that [smaller] objects are perceived as [dominant] and [larger] objec
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