All of these websites below were accessed by me on 8th October 2011.
Not helpful for me.
This site was quite helpful and pointed out a few useful tips.
Seems strange that it would be thought appropriate to display research in the form of a poster. This video isn’t very helpful to me.
I’ve just come across this site. It doesn’t mention layout specifically but I will use some of the posters in my research.
Got side tracked while looking for layouts. If I produced a CV that looked like one of these I wonder if I would get the job. The layouts of the CV’s were interesting. Not sure if they could be applied to making a poster or not.
All of these websites below were accessed by me on 9th October 2011.
I don’t think this video lives up to its title at all. This video shows how to blend two pictures together using Photoshop. I don’t think I’ve learnt anything about layouts but I think it will be useful to know how to blend two pictures together for this project or future projects.
It appears that displaying research results in the form of a poster is a much more widespread practice than I was aware. I didn’t find this website particularly helpful for my project.
These poster templates are interesting. They are all quite different.
I liked this page. I’m hoping by looking at these poster designs that some of it will filter into my memory and will help me when I make my own designs. I could annotate some of these posters for my research.
This website looks at the theory behind good design. There is a lot to take in here but it is very interesting.
I wanted to see if I could find out about poster layouts. I haven’t found out that there is one type of layout that everyone uses. It seems that there are many different ways to organise a poster. The designer has to choose a layout that will catch attention and convey the message. Instead of looking for templates perhaps it is better to look at posters individually.