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How to design a poster based on information by Kathryn Tosney from the Society for Developmental Biology web site First, have good data………
Design your poster to attract a mixed audience not just your competitors…… bad poster good poster
Layout in column format to allow smooth flow of the audience
Indicate the sequence
Use visual grammar vary font size choose readable font
Emphasize important information
Avoid visual distraction
Make text readable All capitals font is difficult to read. Avoid long sentences Stand back at least 4 ft when assembling your poster
Differentiate context, data, summary and conclusions
Keep it simple have a take home message be concise, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable be confident and bright eyed! dont rabbit on!
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