Sequencing contents

The poster should use photos, figures, and tables to tell the story of the study. For clarity, it is important to present the information in a sequence which is easy to follow:
  1. Determine a logical sequence for the material you will be presenting.
  2. Organize that material into sections (Methods, Data/Results, Implications, Conclusions, etc.).
  3. Use numbers (Helvetica boldface, 36 - 48 points) to help sequence sections of the poster.
  4. Arrange the material into columns.
  5. The poster should not rely upon your verbal explanation to link together the various portions.

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Jeff Radel