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Academics use posters to present research, but their posters are often ugly, with tiny text, confusing layouts, and dubious colour schemes. Better Posters is about making posters informative and beautiful. This blog is updated weekly on Thursdays.
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Critique and makeover: Snake bite
Today’s poster comes to us courtesy of Catherine Chen, who was kind enough to share. Click to enlarge!Catherine supplied this in an editable file, so the easiest way to go through this criti...
Critique: Fear of death
Today’s poster comes from Anthony Biduck. Click to enlarge!This poster is unusual, because there are not graphic elements here. There is only text. This poses a challenge, because text block...
Link roundup for March 2017
My last link roundup came out just before this year’s Academy Awards, which featured an ill-fated announcement of announcing the wrong winner.This article argues that the card design could h...
Critique: Electric India
Today’s poster comes from Anjali Sharma. It is being presented at the Energy For Society conference in April. Click to enlarge!It’s... square. This is interesting, because I don’t see many s...
Critique: Oil spill
Today’s contribution is an award winning poster from Ryan Gilchrist. Click to enlarge!Ryan writes:My aim here was to balance on the fence between a poster and an infographic, and try to co...
Critique: Peak fusion protein
Today’s poster comes from contributor Braeden Schaefer, and is shared with his permission. Click to enlarge!Braeden notes:The poster theme colors had to fall within ASU’s maroon, gold, black...
Showing authorship on posters
More and more academic projects are collaborative. This means more contributors, and more authors to list on posters. I’ve been thinking about how long author lists might be best displayed o...
Eight is great!
We interrupt your regularly scheduled blog about making conference posters that don’t suck to note that this project has been running eight years now! Which is kind of awesome.Thank you for ...
Link roundup for February 2017
It’s been a slow month in poster land, but smile this gave me this makes up for the low volume of links this month.Scott Kerr says:I’m using this kid’s science fair poster for my next presen...
Critique: Feather sections
The poster contributors from the last Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology meeting have continued to be generous with sharing their work. I’m pleased to show off another beauty fr...
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