Your poster presentation should be educational, scientific and balanced. Be prepared to answer or discuss topic(s) that an attendee may have regarding your abstract.
Keep your text to a minimum. Your emphasis should be on graphics – charts, graphs, and photos. Save what you might put into text for handouts.
Individual handouts relative to poster presentations are popular and encouraged.
The illustrations should be easy to understand, but they need not be "arty"
Avoid crowded and cluttered posters; they are difficult to read and are often disregarded.
Characters and figure legends should be readable from approximately 1.8 m away
Lettered material should have appropriately heavy lettering; font size at least 20
A large-character title banner, if possible, should go across the top of the poster, as a heading for the poster, font size at least 44. This banner should state the title (by upper case letters), the name(s), affiliation(s) and e-mail(s) of the author(s)