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why is vector graphics used?
doesnt pixelate when enlargened and the file size is less than bitmap, smaller file size are suitable for websites.
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why is bitmap graphics used?
good for clear images where details need capturing, for example photographs.
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what is the disadvantages of using vector graphics?
the quality of the image is not as good as bitmap.
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what is the disadvantages of using bitmap graphics?
images might become more pixelated when enlarged and they hace a large file size as each individual pixel is saved.
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what is in the water fall model in order?
1.proposal 2.investigation 3.specify user requirements 4.outline design 5.detailed design 6.gathering content 7.testing/prototyping 8.feedback 9.modification 10.documentation
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what does house style mean?
the wat the company develops all its comminocations with a common theme for example colour scheme, logo etc
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what is advantages of house styles?
give the company a professional look, brand recognition.
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what is disadvantage of house styles?
sometimes the elements selected in s house style do not work well together so can give an unprofessional look to an orginization.
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what is copy right?
means that an asset ie, film, music and logo belongs to someone and can not be copied without the owners promission.
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wgat us a mood board?
a page of ideas for designing a product
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what are reasons to use a mood board?
to get ideas about the look and feel of the product.
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what is a banner?
a banner is used on a product to draw attention and often includes the companys name.
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what is a pre vis?
a detailed design of a back for a movie and is showing a scene.
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what is a story board?
a storyboard is a design document which shows the detailed layout screen of a digital product.
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what are features of a mock up?
layout, images, navigation and links.
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what is a user interface?
this is the interface that allows the user to interact with the software and hardware.
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design features of a user interface?
clear texts, clear labels, help messages and instructions and bold navigation buttons.
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what is a test plan?
a list of the tests that are going to be performed on a digital product.
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what items will be on the test plan?
description of test plan, result, exspected result, intened action following result and result of re test.
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what is a test user?
a test user is someone who is selected to test the digital product.
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what is the rule of thirds?
the design area is divided into 3 main sections to ensure layout is balenced.
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what is version numbering?
version numbering shows the difference between old and new versions of a digital product.
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what is a cookie?
a cookie can be planted when visiting a website and remembers what you orders and makes recommendations for you.
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