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A Few Tips on Designing a Poster



Posters are visual communication tools that serve as a starting point for in-depth conversations. An effective poster will attract attention and acquaint participants with the fundamentals of your project or study quickly and easily. Putting together a research poster can be a daunting task, especially if you've never done so before. In conjunction with students at the University of Connecticut Digital Media and Design department, we've put together a few tips for how to create an effective and compelling research poster.

Check out the video and accompanying notes. These are just a few suggestions. If you have questions, comments, or additional suggestions, please share them in the comments area in our Professional Resource Center (open to members only), and help us make this a great resource!
We're working with the University of Connecticut student team to craft resources for ISA members, like this video. To learn more about the team and projects, check out Behind the Scenes.
Interested in connecting with the team at ISA 2017 in Baltimore? Students will be clad in black and khaki (and carry staff badges), as they document the participant experience at ISA Conventions. We'll have an Interview Spot set up in the second floor of the Hilton, near the onsite registration desk. It's a great opportunity to share your thoughts about the Convention and the Association with the ISA community. Stop by and say hello, see what we're up to, and maybe even take a turn in front of the camera.

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