Posters are a common way to present results of a statistical analysis, program evaluation, or other project at professional conferences. Often, researchers fail to recognize the unique nature of the format, which is a hybrid of a published paper and an oral presentation. This methods note demonstrates how to design research posters to convey study objectives, methods, findings, and implications effectively to varied professional audiences.
Another recommendation from Dr. Edith Wolfe, this example of a bad poster based on scientific research. However, the design principles referenced on this site also align with methods in social sciences and humanities.