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Designing a Poster

UTM Library
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Julie L

on 28 February 2012

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Transcript of Designing a Poster

Setting up your workspace
Editing
Designing a Poster
good poster:
a good versus bad poster...
your poster
with Microsoft Powerpoint
with Microsoft Publisher
for printing at the U of T Mississauga Library's AstraZeneca Centre for Information and Technological Literacy
Adding Content
with Microsoft Powerpoint
with Microsoft Publisher
A great poster is readable, legible and well organized.
Organization and flow make the poster easy to read.
Edit to ensure that there are no spelling mistakes or grammatical errors.
consider your audience
choose fonts and designs that
are appropriate and work well
together.
resolution and scale
ensure that the resolution is large
enough so that the quality of your poster is not lowered when printed
at larger scales
colours
make sure that the colours are easy to see. Don't put black text on a blue background or yellow text on a white background. Use 2-3 colours with dark font on a light or white background.
visual hierarchy
keep balance between text,
graphics and blank space.
Use different shades of
similar colours.
bad poster:
Printing Prices
At the UTM Library, you can print up to a maximum length of 60 inches on one side of your poster.
Paper Grade
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'Play'
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Source: University at Buffalo Libraries
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in!
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http://library.buffalo.edu/asl/guides/bio/posters.html
Poster Presentation
Maximum Width
60 inches
Thickness (milli-inch)
7.5
Price/ sq.ft
$4.25
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