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Poster Design Skills for Scientists, Researchers & Academics – A Practical Workshop
April 20 @ 9:30 am - April 22 @ 4:30 pm CEST€420
Dates and times: 20 and 22 Apr, 9:30am-11:30am & 2:30pm-4:30pm
MAKE YOUR NEXT RESEARCH POSTER ONE TO REMEMBER
Posters can be a powerful way to present your research, ideas, and findings at conferences and meetings, but designing a poster that is visually interesting and presenting it in a way that holds the attention of your audience can be tricky. That’s where our poster design and presentation workshop comes in.
In this four-part workshop, we’ll make sure that you know what needs to be on your poster, introduce you to tried and tested design rules and new thinking in poster design, how to use modern technology in your poster, how to adapt a poster to your audience, and how to present and discuss your poster orally – all in a way that helps you engage and connect with your audience.
Session 1: Audience-focused design
- Defining goals
- Defining key message
- Deciding what to include/exclude
Session 2: Design Best practice
- The basics of graphic design
- Different poster layouts – what works, what doesn’t
- Wire framing
- Software options
- Interactive elements
Session 3: What’s working
- Feedback on wireframes
- Revisions, what works, what doesn’t
- Presentation best practice
- Engagement & take-aways
Session 4: Bringing it all together & the “new normal”
- Presentation & feedback
- Intro to the new normal – online conferences, different ways of doing things, impacts
- Reflection and key learnings
4 sessions of 2 hours each
(9:30am-11:30am & 2:30pm-4:40pm CET)
Pre-work and homework
Before joining this course, you will be asked to do some work in advance, and there will be "homework" in between sessions.
Scientists, researchers, and subject-matter experts who need to design and present posters at conferences and meetings.
The purpose of this workshop is to help poster designers and presenters learn to create posters that are visually appealing and interesting, and present them in a way that engages listeners, invites questions, and helps scientists and researchers expand their network and share their work.
Would you like to run this course in-house and virtually for your team?
We can run this course as an in-house virtual programme for your team, tailored to your specific needs. For more information about how we can help, get in touch.