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Adobe Digital Design 1.00 Vocabulary Crossword
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This Vocabulary Crossword will help student practice the vocabulary terms for Adobe Digital Design 1.0 Understand Project requirements for Web Development.

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CREATIVE COMMONS: Free, easy-to-use copyright licenses provide a simple, standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work on conditions of your choice
FEEDBACK: Verbal or written responses containing information about a client’s reaction to a designer’s performance of a task
SCREEN READER: Recites text that appears on the computer screen, as well as, non-textual information, such as button labels or image descriptions, provided during designing
ACCESSIBILITY: Making websites functional for people with visual, auditory, motor, and other disabilities
FAIR USE: A legal allowance of using a copyrighted material without permission from the owner, provided the circumstances are reasonable and do not make the material less profitable
TRADEMARK: A mark (logo, symbol, word, phrase, etc.) legally registered or established by a company to represent a service or product; cannot be used without the permission of the owner
DELIVERABLES: Completed products requested by client (design, website, app, video, etc.)
PROJECT MANAGEMENT: The application of processes, methods, knowledge, skills and experience to achieve the project objectives
PROJECT PLAN: Helps move a project successfully to completion, includes deciding project scope, client criteria, project deliverables, and distribution of responsibilities
COPYRIGHT: The exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish, sell or distribute the expression of an intellectual property (literature, design, audio, video, etc.)
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: Original creations of the mind that can be protected by law; literary and artistic works, designs, symbols, images, names, etc.
SCHEDULE: Setting deadlines for each project phase and task
SCOPE CREEP: Incremental expansion of the project scope, introducing features not originally planned
PROJECT SCOPE: Identifying audience, goals, and objectives

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Adobe Digital Design 2.00 Vocabulary Crossword
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This Vocabulary Crossword will help student practice the vocabulary terms for Adobe Digital Design 2.00 Vocabulary Crossword. Download the html file and incorporate it in your lesson.

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Child Page : A page that is conceptually subordinate or below another
Cloud Storage : Technology that allows a working document or project to be stored electronically and accessed by different parties
Collaboration : The action of working with someone to produce or create something
Compatibility : Refers to the ability of a web application or HTML code to work effectively with all browser platforms
Content : "All of the information text, images, and other multimedia that are contained within the pages of a website "
Debug : The methodical process of finding and reducing the number of errors in a computer program making it behave as expected
Flowchart : "A graphic organizer that creates a visual representation of the components, sequences, and inter-relationships of a proposed project"
Hexadecimal : "HTML colors are defined using a hexadecimal notation for the combination of red, green, and blue color values (RGB), HEX values are specified as 3 pairs of two-digit numbers, starting with a # sign"
Mobile Friendly : Considering mobile devices with smaller screen sizes when designing the site
Navigation : "The system that a visitor can use to move around a website (global navigation, breadcrumb trails, related links, pagination (previous/next page), footer navigation, etc.) and the visual manifestation of such systems (hyperlinked text, tabs, buttons, etc.)"
Page Layout : A way of organizing information on a web page; ensures the information on a page can be easily located
Parent Page : The page that contains the link to the selected object
Pathname : A statement of the location of a file or other item in a hierarchy of directories
Proofreading : The careful reading of a publication to detect and correct production errors of text or art
Redesign : "Uses the provided feedback to make changes to the original project with the ultimate goal of meeting the client’s needs, could occur several times throughout the time span of a particular project"
Research : "View a collection of similar projects for ideas and inspiration, research possible copyright or trademark issues associated with the nature of the project, find assets (pictures, audio, video, etc.) needed to create the project"
Root Folder : The folder that holds all of the files that make up your actual website
Source Code : Program or web page instructions in their original form
Text Editor : Simple text editing program used to write or edit web design code; does not show a visual component
Usability : "Good web usability involves effectiveness, efficiency and satisfaction of the website being used"
Visual Editor : Design software that manipulates components of the web page without the user writing or editing code
Web-safe Colors : "Consist of 216 colors that display solid, non-dithered, and consistent on any computer monitor, or web browser, capable of displaying at least 8-bit color (256 colors)"
Website Hosting : The activity or business of providing storage space and access for websites
Wireframe : A visual guide to how a web page content will be organized; assists in the arrangement and scaling of design components
WYSIWYG : What You See Is What You Get

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Adobe Digital Design 3.00 Vocabulary Crossword
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This Vocabulary Crossword will help student practice the vocabulary terms for Adobe Digital Design 3.0 Understand the Adobe Dreamweaver CC interface.

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Code View : Can view and edit the source code for the current document
Design Panel : Dreamweaver lets you visually create and edit web pages in design view without worrying about the underlying source code
Files Panel : Enables you to view files and folders, whether they are associated with a Dreamweaver site or not, perform standard file maintenance operations, such as opening and moving files
Insert Panel : Contains buttons for creating and inserting objects such as tables and images
Properties Panel : Lets you examine and edit the most common properties for the currently selected page element, such as text or an inserted object
Split View : Can see design and code views

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Adobe Digital Design 4.00 Vocabulary Crossword
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Absolute Div Tag : Allows you to place any page element exactly where you want it
Absolute Link : "Includes the complete URL of the linked document, including the domain"
Alternative Text : Textual descriptions of graphics and other design components on a web page; aids in search engine optimization
Cascading Style Sheets : "(CSS) Program language that separates layout and design features (color scheme, fonts, menu styles, etc.) from the actual content of the website; easiest way to make site-wide design changes; CSS files combine with HTML file to create a complete website; common format of downloadable templates found on the Web"
Class Style : Allows you to set a style to multiple element or tags in a document
CSS Declaration : "Includes a CSS property name and a value, separated by a colon"
CSS Selector : Points to the element which is to be formatted
Div Tag : An HTML tag that defines logical divisions within the content of a web page
Editable Region : "Content users can edit in a document based on that template, enable template authors to control which page elements template users can edit"
External Style Sheets : "The most commonly used way to apply a style sheet where all of the styles and rules are contained in one central, separate text file"
Graphics Optimization : Designing and exporting graphics with the specific purpose of using it on a website; allows for quicker loading times
Hotspot : "Any region on an image map that is clickable, and when clicked, will initiate an action"
HTML Attribute : Additional values that configure the tag or adjust their behavior
HTML Tags : "Denote structured elements like headings, paragraphs, lists: <p align=""center""> ... </p>"
Hyperlinks : "Clickable connections that link text or images to other pages of the website, out to external websites, or to files posted on a website"
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) : Program language that creates basic framework for all web pages; written using “tags” that a web browser uses to interpret the code and generate the content on the webpage
ID Style : "Allows the user to specify their own selectors called ""id"" and ""class”"
Image Map : A single graphic that is divided into sections and linked to different locations
Internal Style Sheets : "A CSS document embedded into the HTML file, when using internal CSS you must add a new tag, <style>, inside the <head> tag"
Keywords : User-defined words or phrases that help a search engine’s algorithms select a group of words that can be searched to find your website
Link Target : The target attribute specifies a window or a frame where the linked document is loaded
Mailto Link : Allows users clicking a link in a website to send an e-mail without first having to copy the destination e-mail address and open an e-mail client
Meta Tags : Contain elements that describe the information on the page, which is used by search browsers
Page Ranking : A determination of how easy it is to find a website through search engines; the higher the ranking, the more traffic the website will have
Plugin : A software component that adds a specific feature or function to a webpage, well-known browser plug-ins include the Adobe Flash Player, QuickTime Player, and Java plug-in
Relative Div Tag : Used with other positioning attributes will move from where it would NORMALLY be
Relative Link : Starts from the home page or root folder of the website and creates a path to the destination of the link
Rollover : Feature that indicates interactivity to the user; normally causes a component of a web page to visually change when the user’s cursor hovers over it
Root Folder : A central location of storage for every file involved in designing a website; allows the website to be portable from computer to computer.
Search Engine : Websites that organize and retrieve information located on the Internet
Search Engine Optimization : (SEO) Involves designing websites with the intention of helping search engines best
Skin : A preset package containing additional or changed graphical appearance details often used for video or audio controls
Tables : A powerful tool for presenting tabular data and for laying out text and graphics on an HTML page
Tags : Could be page titles, paragraph titles, image tags, or even meta tags that are hidden in the code of a website; help search engines find and organize the information on a website

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Adobe Digital Design 5.00 Vocabulary Crossword
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This Vocabulary Crossword will help student practice the vocabulary terms for Adobe Digital Design 5.00 Apply procedures to test, publish, and maintain Web content using Adobe Dreamweaver CC.

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Browser Compatibility : Checks websites for features that don't work correctly, or behave differently, on different browsers
Live View : An interactive preview that accurately renders HTML5 projects and updates in real time to show your changes as you make them in Dreamweaver
Mobile Device Compatibility : Checking or validating that your website behaves as expected across the combination of mobile devices and browsers that your customers will be using
Preview in Browser : Dreamweaver feature that allows you to preview your web pages in the browser of your choice
Remote Folder : Stores your files for testing, production, collaboration, and is located on the same computer as the web server
Testing Server : The folder where Dreamweaver processes dynamic pages

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MaWD 1.01 Multi Use Design Elements Vocabulary Crossword
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COLOR MODES MONITORS: Colors are created by mixing varying degrees of red, green and blue light. Referred to as RGB (red, green, blue)
LINES: Used to organize information, simulate movement, lead the eyes and enhance a design.
COLOR MATCHING: The process of matching the colors produced on the computer screen to the colors that can be printed on paper using ink to ensure the printed publication looks as much like the on-screen publication as possible.
COLOR SATURATION: The amount of the hue used; a color’s intensity.
ANALOGOUS COLOR SCHEME: Any three colors which are side by side on a 12 part color wheel.
COLOR HUE: A color
CALMING COLORS: The use of cool colors (blue, green and violet)
COLOR MODES PRINTERS: In the four-color printing process, color is created by layering cyan, magenta, yellow and black ink. Referred to as (CMYK )(cyan, magenta, yellow and black)
TEXTURE: Used to convey a “visual” sense of feel.
COLOR TINT: A hure plus white.
NEGATIVE SPACE: The “white space”; the distance between objects; gives a design breathing room.
SHAPES: The 2-deminsional space; used to enhance a publication.
ORGANIC: The natural or man-made objects such as leaves, trees, and cars.
NEUTRAL COLORS: The use of beige, ivory, taupe, black, gray, and white.
COLOR HARMONY: A visually pleasing arrangement of colors.
COLOR: Can be used to evoke emotion.
POSITIVE SPACE: The length, width, and depth of objects
COMPLEMENTARY COLOR: Any 2 colors directly opposite each other on the color wheel.
MASS: The size or amount of space taken up by an element.
EXCITING COLORS: The use of warm colors (red, orange and yellow).
MONOCHROMATIC SCHEME: Thuses variations in lightness and saturation of a single color.
COLOR THEMES: Can be used to set a tone or mood for the publication.
COLOR SHADE: A hue plus black.
COLOR THEORY: It is a body of practical guidance to color mixing and the visual effects of a specific color combination. There are also definitions (or categories) of colors based on the color wheel: primary color, secondary color and tertiary color.
GEOMETRIC: Square, Triangle, and Circle.
COLOR PALETTE: A chart used to choose colors from.
COLOR VALUE: The brightness of a color.
FORM: The 3-dimensional space added to objects by the addition of shadows, tone, or color transitions.

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MaWD 1.01 Multi Use Design Principles Vocabulary Crossword
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SYMMETRICAL: How the elements of the design are centered or evenly divided horizontally and vertically on a page.
BALANCE: Is determined by how elements are arranged.
CONTRAST: The emphasizing the difference between two elements.
SCALE AND PROPORTION: The relationships between the sizes of various elements.
UNITY AND HARMONY: All of the design elements are consistent with each other in shape, style and color and consistent with the overall message.
DOMINANCE AND EMPHASIS: The first element the eye sees; the focal point.
ASYMMETRICAL: The off-center alignment created with an odd or mismatched number of elements.
RADIAL: Elements radiate or swirl out from a center point.

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MaWD 1.01 Understand Typography Vocabulary Crossword
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MEDIUM: Test the typeface to see if it is legible for the intended output, whether digital or in print.
PROPORTIONAL: All characters receive a different amount of horizontal space based on the size of the character.
TRACKING: Horizontal spacing between all the characters in a large block of text.
TYPEFACE: "The basic design of a character"
LEADING: Vertical spacing between of lines of text.
SANS SERIF: The “sans” is French for without, so the characters do not have serifs or strokes on the tips.
TYPOGRAPHY: The style, arrangement, and appearance of text
VISUAL HIERARCHY: An arrangement of text in a graduated series to help readers scan and know where to enter and exit the text
KERNING: Horizontal spacing between pairs of letters.
FONT: a specific size, weight, and style applied to a character. Examples include: Arial, 14 pt., bold and Times New Roman, 12 pt., italic, shadow
MONOSPACED: All characters receive an equal amount of horizontal space regardless of the size of the character.
ORNAMENTAL: Artsy typefaces; known for their elaborate features and unique design
SERIF: The characters have serifs or strokes on the tips.
SYMBOL: Uses decorative pictures or symbols instead of characters.
SCRIPT: The characters appear to have been written by hand.

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MaWD 1.02 Understand Graphic Design Features Vocabulary Crossword
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JUMPLINE : A line at the end of a continuing article that tells readers which page to refer to for the rest of the article.
SIDEBAR : A smaller self-contained story alongside a larger story which may or may not be related; usually boxed with its own headline and set off from the main text.
BLEED : A print effect in which layout, type, or pictures extend beyond the margin to the physical edge of the page.
NAMEPLATE : A banner on the front of a document that identifies the publication and usually includes the name of the publication, a logo, and/or motto.
KICKER : Words positioned above a headline, usually as a lead-in or teaser.
BODY : The bulk of text in the publication, such as articles and news items.
DROPPED CAP : An enlarged character at the beginning of a paragraph used to grab the reader’s attention.
SUBHEADINGS : The subtitles, usually set in a smaller font than the title; can be used to break up body copy
DECK : placed between a headline and an article to provide a segue between the headline and the body of the article.
PULL-QUOTE : A small section of text “pulled out and quoted” in a larger font size; used to draw attention.
BYLINE : A name of author or contributor of photo or article, usually placed just below the headline or photo or at the beginning or end of the article.
RUNNING HEADLINES : Headers used to indicate dates, page numbers, and/or running titles; help guide the reader.
MAIN HEADING : A title of the article, usually set in a larger font.
END MARK : A symbol, such as a wingding, that indicates the end of an article.
RUNNING FOOTERS : Footers used to indicate dates, page numbers, and/or running titles; help guide the reader.
GRAPHICS : Used to convey meaning and add appeal
CAPTION : Used to identify an illustration or graphic

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MaWD 1.02 Understand Graphic Design Layout Options Vocabulary Crossword
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MARGIN GUIDES: The non-printing lines that indicate the space between the edge of the page and the document contents.
PROTOTYPE: Another name (also called a “comp” or “mockup”) an example of how the final document should appear; often used to show clients in the early stages of design
MASTER PAGE: Will includes items and formats common to every page; used to maintain layout consistency.
PAGE SIZE: Will varies according to publication or digital device.
GUTTER: The white space between columns.
GRID SYSTEM: The way of organizing content on a page, using any combination of margins, guides, rows and columns.
COLUMN GUIDES: The non-printing lines that control the flow of text within columns.
TEMPLATE: A standard pre-formatted layout which may contain a color scheme, font scheme, pictures, and preset margins

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MaWD 1.02 Understand Graphic Design Layouts Vocabulary Crossword
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ADVERTISEMENT : A notice or announcement in a public medium promoting a product, service, or event.
BROCHURE : An informational pamphlet usually folded into sections.
BUSINESS CARD : A small card printed with one's name, professional occupation, company position, business address, and other contact information.
LETTERHEAD : A printed heading on stationery stating a person's or organization's name and address.
FLYER : A one-page document posted for public viewing; can be used to advertise a one-time event or for informational purposes.
MAGAZINE LAYOUT : The arrangement of graphics and copy in a magazine
INFOGRAPHIC : A graphical representation of information or data intended to present complex information quickly and clearly.
NEWSLETTER : A bulletin issued periodically to the members of a society, business, or organization; usually outlines news and current events.

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MaWD 2.01 Image Editing Vocabulary Crossword
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SELECTIONS: Identifying a specific area of a layer or image that allows you to move or apply techniques to only that specific area on that specific layer.
CROPPING: Removing a part of an image.
SCALING: Enlarging or shrinking a graphic.
CLONE STAMP: Samples and area of an image and then allows you to paint over another area of the image with the sampled area.
FILL: Putting a color, gradient, pattern, or texture into an object or area.
ASPECT RATIO: Relationship of an object’s width to its height.
LAYERING: Compiling multiple pictures or objects together into one image.
ROTATING: Pivoting an object around its center point.
ADJUSTMENT LAYERS: Non-destructive layers that can be added to allow you to apply image tonal and color adjustments.
FILTERS: Used to apply special effects or unique transformation to an image.
TRANSFORMING: Changing a graphics size or dimensions through commands such as scaling and rotating.
LAYER STYLES: One or more effects applied to a layer or layer group. Effects include shadows, stroke, glows, bevels, and overlays.
GRADIENT: Filling an object with a smooth transition from one color to another.
BLEND MODES: Changes the way layers interact by determining how a layer will blend with the layers below it.
LAYER MASKS: A non-destructive method which allows you to apply transparency to a specific portion of a layer with precise control.
TRANSPARENCY: Removing the background color of a raster image making it “see-through” in order to allow the image to blend in with its background.

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11/07/2019
MaWD 2.01 Measurement, Resolution, and Color Mode Terms Vocabulary Crossword
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PERCENTAGE : Defining sub elements of a webpage as a percentage to the width of the entire webpage, allowing for responsive layouts as screen sizes change.
DPI : The number of dots of ink or toner per inch on a printed image.
CMYK : (cyan, magenta, yellow, black) assigns a percentage value for each of the process inks.
POINTS : The standard unit of measure for typefaces. 1 point represents 1/72 of an inch.
RESOLUTION : The amount of detail stored for an image.
PRINT RESOLUTION : 300 ppi (Pixels Per Inch)
EM SPACE : An em space refers to the size of a capital letter “M” for the current font.
ON-SCREEN RESOLUTION : 72 ppi (Pixels Per Inch)
PIXELS : A pixel represents one dot that is illuminated on a computer screen, many of which make up images
INCHES : The standard unit of measurement for U.S. standard size papers.
PICAS : A unit of measurement for lines of type with one pica equal to 1/6 of an inch.
RGB : (red, green, blue) assigns an intensity value to each pixel that ranges from 0 to 255 for each of the red, green, and blue components in an image.
PPI : The number of pixels in one inch. More pixels equals high quality

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MaWD 2.01 Raster Graphics Vocabulary Crossword
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NATIVE FILE FORMATS: Editable file formats that are proprietary to a specific program that generally lacks portability and is not meant to be used with other software.
GIF: Graphics Interchange Format a Standard format on web for animation.
JPEG: Joint Photographic Experts Group-Commonly used for:Desktop publishing images;Photographs and natural artwork;Scanned images and Emailing photographs;Digital camera photographs
PSD: Native file format for Adobe Photoshop
STANDARD FILE FORMATS: file formats that can be used with a variety of software programs.
PNG: Portable Network Graphic-Commonly used for: Replacing GIF and TIFF images and Online viewing of images.
TIFF: Tagged Image File Format- Commonly used for: Storing raw bitmap data by some programs and devices such as scanners; High resolution printing and Desktop publishing images; Storage container for faxes and other digital images
RASTER GRAPHICS: Also called bitmaps, are images composed of grids of pixels that have a fixed resolution (number of pixels per inch) and cannot be resized without losing image quality. Raster graphics are edited in paint programs.

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MaWD 2.01 Understand Graphic Formats Vocabulary Crossword
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PRINT RESOLUTION : Documents that are being sent for print should be 300 PPI to ensure image quality.
PIXELS PER INCH : PPI (pixels per inch) - The number of pixels in one inch. More (PPI) pixels per inch means better image quality but larger file size.
RESOLUTION : The amount of detail stored for an image. The higher the resolution, the higher the level of detail in the image.
LOSSLESS : No data is lost during compression of the graphic.
COMPRESSION : Refers to the mathematical algorithm used when an image is saved in order to reduce the file size.
PORTABILITY : The ease at which files are opened, modified, and viewed on computers using different operating systems, software and browsers.
RGB : The assigns an intensity value to each pixel that ranges from 0 to 255 for each of the red, green, and blue components in an image. If all of the RGB values are 0 the result will be black.
ON-SCREEN RESOLUTION : Monitors can display an image at a resolution of 72 ppi. Additional resolution beyond 72 ppi will increase file size without a noticeable increase in image quality.
INCHES : The standard unit of measurement for US standard size papers that can work well for print. A “Letter” size piece of paper measures 8.5” x 11”, which is the most common size used in printers, for resumes, and other common desktop publishing documents.
COLOR DEPTH : Refers to the number of colors per pixel that can be displayed in an image and affects image quality and file size.
PICAS : A unit of measurement for lines of type with one pica equal to 1/6 of an inch. Therefore, there are six picas in one inch. Picas are often used in print design, as they are more easily divisible than inches, such as with the Rule of Thirds.
LOSSY : Some data is lost during compression of the graphic.
DOTS PER INCH : The number of dots of ink or toner per inch (DPI) on a printed image.
CMYK : Assigns a percentage value for each of the process inks. (cyan, magenta, yellow, black)
GRAPHICS : anything on a page that is not actual text, from simple line drawings to fully active images found on the World Wide Web. The two major categories of graphic images are raster and vector.
COLOR MODE : A mathematical model that describes the way colors can be represented as numbers or percentages, typically with three or four values.
POINTS : The standard unit of measure for typefaces, with 1 point representing 1/72 of an inch, therefore text formatted in 72 point font should be approximately one inch with variation due to font designs. 12 point font is generally accepted as the standard font size for paragraph text in print.
PIXELS : The most common unit of measurement used for computer screen display. A pixel generally represents one dot that is illuminated on a computer screen, many of which make up images. Pixels represent a precise measurement system for web-design, but can lack flexibility as screen size changes.

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11/06/2019
MaWD 2.02b Digital Vector Graphics Vocabulary Crossword
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SMART GUIDES: guides that appear as you move around a document indicating various points of alignment with existing objects.
BOUNDING BOX: An outline around a selected vector object that can be used to transform the object.
SHAPE TOOL: Vector drawing tools that enable a user to draw common, closed-path shapes with ease and efficiency.
IMAGE TRACE: a tool in a vector program will take a raster image or scanned drawing and automatically convert it to paths, based on selected settings.
STACKING ORDER: the order of how objects are arranged on the artboard, in front of or behind each other.
DIRECT SELECTION TOOL: selects individual anchor points or paths in order to edit individual pieces of an object.
LINES: an open ended path with two anchor points, which included straight, beziers, and spirals.
OBJECTS: any shape, image, or text that can be moved, scaled, or edited.
STROKE: The visible outline of a path.
AREA TYPE: uses the boundaries of an area created by dragging a marquee with the type tool to control the flow of text
CORNER POINT: An anchor point along a vector path where the direction changes.
POINT TYPE: a line of text that begins at the point that you click, which expands as you type.
LINE SEGMENT: part of a line that has an anchor point on each end.
MINUS FRONT: subtracts the top shape from the bottom most shape.
CLIPPING MASK: A vector object used to hide portions of lower objects in a stack.
PEN TOOL: it uses anchor points and paths to allow you to create straight lines, Bezier lines (curved), and shapes in a countless amount of combinations.
ARTBOARD: the area of the illustration that contains the printable part of your work.
STROKES: the visible outline of a shape or path, such as the color, weight, or style, which is not the same as a path as a path can have no stroke as an option.
PATH: made up of one or more line segments, connected by two or more anchor points or nodes.
DRAWING: using shapes or other tools such as the pen or pencil to simulate the experience of drawing on paper.
EASILY EDITABLE: since each vector is made up of separate and distinct objects, each can be edited independently at any time.
TRANSFORMATIONS: scaling, rotation, shearing (skewing), and reflecting (flipping) objects to change their appearance.
META GRAPHIC: graphic formats that can contain both vector and raster data.
LINE TOOL: Draws open path line segments.
DIVIDE: separates the selected shapes in individual parts.

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Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
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Vocabulary
Author:
Amit Kaul
Date Added:
11/07/2019
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This Vocabulary Crossword will help student practice the vocabulary terms for MaWD 3.01a Introduction To Audio Vocabulary.

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AMPLITUDE: Distance from rest to crest or rest to trough.
SAMPLE SIZE: The number of bits used to save one sample.
BIT RATE: (Depth) – the number of computer bits process per unit of time.
CHANNEL: Single audio stream consisting of a sequence of samples.
SAMPLING: Process used to convert analog sound waves into digital data to be used by computers.
OGG: Ogg Vorbis
TROUGH: Point that exhibits maximum amount of downward displacement from the rest position.
AUDIO FILE SIZE: Determined by the sample rate, sample size and number of channels used.
SAMPLE RATE: The number of samples taken per second, often measured in Kilohertz (kHz).
WAV: Waveform file
STEREO: Two channels; creates the impression of sound being heard from various directions, as in human hearing.
CREST: Point that exhibits maximum amount of upward displacement from the rest position.
WAVELENGTH: Distance from crest to crest.
MP3: MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3
PITCH: The quality of the sound determined by the rate of vibration.
SOUND WAVE: An audible vibration that travels through air or water.
MONO: One channel; audio is a single channel, where sound comes from a single direction.
FREQUENCY: Number of waves to pass a point in one second.
AIFF: Audio Interchange File Format

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Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
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Author:
Amit Kaul
Date Added:
11/08/2019
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MaWD 3.01b Introduction To The Stages of Video Production Vocabulary Crossword
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This Vocabulary Crossword will help student practice the vocabulary terms for MaWD 3.01b Introduction To The Stages of Video Production Vocabulary.

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VIDEO EFFECTS: Enable you to add special effects to your movie, such as a vintage look or changing a video to black and white.
TRANSITIONS: The visual move.ments as one picture, video clip, or title changes to another
MPEG: Moving Picture Experts Group
MOV: Movie
SHOT TYPES: Wide, medium, tight.
SOUND EFFECTS: Artificially created or enhanced sounds to emphasize content or enhance a creative point in a video.
STORYBOARDING: A sequence of drawings, with directions and sometimes dialog, that represents planned shots for a movie.
FLV: Flash
CASTING: Finding appropriate people to play the roles of the video.
AVI: Audio Video Interleave
FRAMING: The process of creating composition in your shots. Follow the Rule of Thirds.
CLIPS: Small segments of a larger video
SCRIPT WRITING: The written text for your movie.
ZOOMING: A gradually changing from a longer to shorter shot or vice versa.
SEQUENCE: A variety of wide, medium, and tight video shots edited together.
CAPTURING VIDEO: Importing video from the original recording device.
PANNING: A sweeping movement of a camera horizontally across a scene.
FIELD OF VIEW: The extent of what can be seen in a still or video shot.
TRIM: To hide parts of a file or clip without deleting them from the original source.
NARRATION: Audio of one or more people that has been recorded to enhance or assist in telling the story for your video.
PREPRODUCTION: Tasks undertaken before production begins.
SOUNDTRACKS: A musical recording that accompanies and is frequently synchronized with a video.
PRODUCTION: Filming the video.
ROLLING CREDITS: Include cast and credits for sources.
BRAINSTORMING: Producing ideas through spontaneous group discussion.
TIMELINE: Shows the components of the movie such as photos, video, audio clips and titles in the order and timing that they will appear in movie.
POSTPRODUCTION: Stages are: Importing, trimming, editing, and exporting the finished movie.

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Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Vocabulary
Author:
Amit Kaul
Date Added:
11/08/2019
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MaWD 3.01c Introduction To Video Vocabulary Crossword
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Students will create a digital slideshow to demonstrate their understanding of the following video vocabulary words:

RESOLUTION: Number of pixels that can be displayed on a screen.
FRAME: A single picture or still shot in a video.
CAPTURE: To record audio, video, or still images as digital data in a file.
DIGITAL VIDEO: Videos that are made up of 1’s and 0’s, binary format, that represent the video image which computers can read.
SCRIPT WRITING: The written text for your movie.
FRAME RATE: The number of video frames played per second.
ANALOG VIDEO: A video uses a continuous electrical signal to capture footage on a magnetic tape.

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Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Vocabulary
Author:
Karen D'Elia
Date Added:
06/08/2020
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This Vocabulary Crossword will help student practice the vocabulary terms for MaWD 3.01c Introduction To Video Vocabulary.

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RESOLUTION: Number of pixels that can be displayed on a screen.
FRAME: A single picture or still shot in a video.
CAPTURE: To record audio, video, or still images as digital data in a file.
DIGITAL VIDEO: Videos that are made up of 1’s and 0’s, binary format, that represent the video image which computers can read.
SCRIPT WRITING: The written text for your movie.
FRAME RATE: The number of video frames played per second.
ANALOG VIDEO: A video uses a continuous electrical signal to capture footage on a magnetic tape.

Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Material Type:
Vocabulary
Author:
Amit Kaul
Date Added:
11/08/2019