Our Poster Review service provides you with proofreading expert feedback on your academic poster, helping you to ensure that it is clear, concise, and visually appealing. We will review your poster for accuracy, clarity, relevance, and overall impact. We will also provide suggestions for improvement in terms of design, layout, and typography.
What we do?
Our Page Doctors will evaluate various aspects of your poster, including:
Design and layout
Accessibility considerations such as font size and PowerPoint settings
Effective content planning
We recognize that posters serve as a visual representation of your research, conveying complex ideas through graphics, images, and concise text. To ensure your poster effectively communicates your research, we pay close attention to design considerations such as:
Fonts (choosing clear and simple ones)
The strategic use of negative space
We also emphasise adjusting PowerPoint settings to match the poster size before initiating the design process. Let our Poster Review service guide you in optimising your academic poster, ensuring that it effectively communicates your research with impact and clarity.
Pricing and Returns
Standard48 hours return
Next day24 hours return
Same Day5 hours return
An academic poster serves as a visual and concise way to present research findings, projects, or ideas in a visually appealing format. The purpose of an academic poster is to communicate complex information to a diverse audience in a clear and easily understandable manner. Posters are commonly used at conferences, symposiums, academic events, and even in educational settings to present research or other scholarly work.
When creating an academic poster, there are several essential elements that should be included to effectively communicate your research or project. You must include the following:
Title and Author Information, Author names and affiliations, Contact information, Introduction, Research Objectives or Project Goals, Methods or Approach, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, References, Acknowledgments, QR Codes (optional)
An academic poster presentation script is a written plan or outline that guides you through the process of presenting your research or project using a poster. It helps you communicate your key points effectively and ensures that you cover all the important aspects of your work while engaging your audience.
Greet your audience and introduce yourself.
Provide a brief overview of your research topic or project
Title and Purpose
State the title of your poster and its main purpose.
Explain why the topic is important or relevant
Research Objectives or Project Goals
Clearly articulate the objectives of your research or the goals of your project.
Explain what you aimed to achieve or investigate
Methods or Approach
Describe the methodologies, techniques, or approaches you used in your research or project.
Highlight key steps and procedures that were integral to your work.
Present the findings or outcomes of your research using visuals (point to the poster elements you’re discussing).
Explain the significance of your results in the context of your objectives.
Interpret and analyse your results.
Discuss the implications of your findings and how they contribute to the broader field of study.
Summarise the main points of your research or project.
Restate the significance of your work and its potential impact.
Questions and Interaction
Invite questions from the audience.
Engage in discussions and provide additional details based on the questions asked.
Acknowledge any individuals, institutions, or sources of funding that supported your research or project.
Thank your audience for their time and attention.
Offer contact information if people have further questions.