Online Typography Quiz Test

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iMocha’s Typography test is the preferred pre-employment test for recruiters and hiring managers to hire job-fit candidates for roles such as Typography Designers, Typography Expert, Graphic Designer – Typography, UI Designer – Typography, and Typographer. Our test has helped our customers to reduce candidate hiring time by 45%.

About Online Typography Quiz Test

Typography is a technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable and appealing when displayed. The arrangement of type involves selecting typefaces, point sizes, line lengths, line spacing (leading), and letter-spacing (tracking), and adjusting the space between pairs of letters.

The Typography quiz test helps recruiters & hiring managers to screen candidates who have excellent Typographic skills before hiring. Typography Test has been designed & validated by experienced Subject Matter Experts (SME)s to assess Typography skills of Typography designers - as per industry standards.

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Test Summary

Our intelligent reports will provide you with the detailed hiring analysis of the Typography online test results to help you make a better hiring decision and predict the candidate’s performance. Identify potential Typographers by evaluating working skills and job readiness of the applicants using our scientifically designed Typography assessment test. Typography test is designed considering EEOC guidelines, it will help you assess & hire diverse talent without any bias.

Typography skills test may contain MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQs (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blanks, Whiteboard Questions, Audio/Video Questions, AI-LogicBox, Job-based Simulations, True or False Questions, etc.

Test Duration: 20 minutes

No. of Questions: 10

Level of Expertise: Entry/Mid/Expert

Useful for hiring

  • Typography Designers
  • Typography Expert
  • Graphic Designer - Typography
  • UI Designer - Typography
  • Typographer

Topics Covered


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Font family

iMocha’s Typography test helps recruiters and hiring managers to evaluate candidate’s understanding about fonts family or collection of fonts and ability to implement effectively

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Typography best practices

This test assesses applicant’s understanding about typography guidelines and best practices to implement them

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Typeface

This assessment evaluates a candidate’s understanding about typefaces which is an unstructured font without having metrics such as size, width, etc.

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Selection and Pairing

Our online Typography test evaluates applicant’s ability to choose creative fonts in a way that pleases the user’s eye by matching the intent of message

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Aliasing and Anti-aliasing

This assessment validates candidate’s understanding about aliasing and anti-aliasing that helps to look better text by smoothing edges of text font

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Graphic design

Our test evaluates candidate’s ability to use effective fonts in graphic designing

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Basics of Typography

This assessment evaluates candidate’s understanding of basic rules or guidelines in typography

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Applied Typography Fundamentals

This Typography test online validates applicant’s understanding about typography fundamentals such as legibility, readability, and aesthetics in design

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Principles of Grouping

Our test checks candidate’s proficient knowledge about grouping principles such as proximity, similarity, closure, continuity, and connectedness

Sample Questions

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Question types:

Multiple Option

Topic:

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Difficulty:

Easy


Q 1. X is writing the heading of a book called "Old New" and he has to use different typefaces for the two parts of the title because it depicts the storyline of the book. X chooses "Baskerville" and "Futura" for the purpose. Which of the following is the most likely reason for X's selection?

Typography Old New
Typefaces with structures made on similar geometric principles go well together.
The two typefaces are made by the same designer. So, they have similar strokes and curves and hence they go well together.
A transitional typeface with a modern typeface creates a sense of juxtaposition.
None of the options

Question types:

Multiple Option

Topic:

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Difficulty:

Easy


Q 2. A few horizontal lines in typography are given below. Can you figure out what does a, b, c, d, e represent?

Typography concepts
a: Cap line, b: Base line, c: X-height, d: Ascender height, e: Beard line
a: Bread line, b: X-height, c: Base line, d: Ascender height, e: Cap line 
a: Bread line, b: X-height, c: Capline, d: Ascender height, e: Base line
a: Cap line, b: Base line, c: Ascender height, d: X-height, e: Beard line

Question types:

Multiple Option

Topic:

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Difficulty:

Easy


Q 3. In the given figures (1 & 2), what are the marked areas (circled and red filled space) called?

circled and red filled space
1. Spine 2. Counter
1. Bowl 2. Counter
1. Spur 2. Low spur
1. Bowl 2. Spur

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