Just a website update for those who care about scientific posters: added two Powerpoint templates with portrait-style orientation. The one on the left is for people who love columns. But I like a big space for results so that you … Continue reading
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Here is one way to add logos to your poster, if you must. Click on image to see it large. See previous post for how not to do it.
I finally got around to making some long-needed changes to my page on designing conference posters: http://colinpurrington.com/tips/academic/posterdesign. For those who care, the poster-like file with poster tips is now just a PDF, not a Powerpoint template. This PDF will hopefully … Continue reading
One of my pet peeves about posters at conferences is that they often devote a lot of important real estate to text that nobody really wants to read. So if you’re shopping around the internet for a layout, give the … Continue reading
In case you found this site while searching for advice on poster presentations, here are two that I designed for Daisy Bicking, who presented them at The Laminitis Conference in Florida. Both were crafted to be light on text and … Continue reading