I get to interview candidates for a graphic design position tomorrow. While the thought of placing a wager with the other interviewer to see who can get the candidate to break first is appealing, I think I'm going to play it straight. I have most of my questions ready, but I want to end with a "lightning round" to get an overview of the candidates' basic knowledge of some of the general aspects of print design such as print quality, typography, and color. I thought I'd share the questions I have so far. Feel free to suggest some others or try these out. It never hurts to rack your brain a little bit in the design world. 1) What does RGB stand for? What does CMYK stand for? And no...K is not Black 2) What is the difference between kerning and leading? 3) What are orphans and widows? 4) What color is sunlight? What color is fluorescent light? 5) What is an appropriate resolution for a non-vector graphic in print? On the web? Thanks for the feedback.