With the major conferences switching back to real-life conditions the printed scientific poster will be in demand again. Such a poster is not just data and some text put on a large sheet of paper. Using this presentation format, you can tell a story supporting the attention to your work and allowing the audience to engage with it more easily. In this workshop you will learn how a poster really works and how to attract the audience in the first place and stick out from the multitude of posters in a conference hall.
Content: The subtle difference: What sets a poster apart from a talk or paper? From data to display: The structural design of a poster Once upon a tile: Visual storytelling Tools for communicating your story: Illustrations, colours and the arrangement of poster components
No previous knowledge about graphical software is required. Trainer: Philipp Jordan (JordanGraphics, Berlin)
The course is part of admission "Anmeldung gesperrt (global)".
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