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PDF format is highly recommended. Please check the e-proof carefully if you submitted PowerPoint files. Cause PPT file is not as safe as PDF. there are lots of things might change.
if you design your poster with Adobe series programs, Please use CMYK color mode, at original size with 300 dpi resolution.
If you design your poster with Microsoft series, then please note RGB color system is different with CMYK color system. try to use solid color. complicated color might cause color issue when the RGB color is converted into CMYK color. please click this article to get more knowledge.
How to Create a Poster
First, allow yourself adequate time to create your poster. Creating a rough draft of your poster at least four weeks before you are scheduled to present, and having several people take a look at it early on, plays a crucial role in producing a high quality, presentable poster. It takes time to cut/add text, resize figures, add graphs, change colors/font etc.
There are three poster sizes to choose from at the top of this page, with three templates available for each. Before you choose a template, check to see if the conference you are presenting at requires a certain size poster. The master templates include general instructions on creating a poster. The case and clinical templates include specific instructions and layout for each type of presentation.
Design your poster to highlight the major points of your research and stimulate feedback. The following format is suggested: research objective(s); study design; principal findings; conclusions, relevance to policy, delivery or clinical practice. Present enough information but avoid overcrowding.
Consider various options for presenting the salient points of your research.
Use graphs to clarify and emphasize the key relationships between figures. Be sure graphs are precise, clearly labeled, and placed near the companion text.
Select the type of chart that best illustrates your point. For example, pie charts compare relative parts that make up a whole, and line charts are ideal for depicting trends over time.
If using tables, make sure columns are not too narrow, too numerous or too long - so they can be easily read. Use tables only when simpler visuals like graphs or charts won't suffice.
Design the flow of information from left to right. Use lines, frames, contrasting colors, or arrows to call attention to important points.
Select a clean and simple font and use it consistently throughout the poster. Use both upper and lower case letters, especially in the body of your presentation. Make font large enough to read from at least three feet.
Use color to attract interest and to dramatize similarities and differences. Emphasis may be lost if more than four colors are used. Choose background and foreground color combinations that have high contrast and complement each other, it is better to keep the background light as people are used to it (for example newspapers and books).
Check Your Spelling
Make sure to run the spell check on your poster before final printing.
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