Effective Visual Presentations (Visualise Your Thesis)

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Room 453, Level 4, Arts West Building North Wing

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PLEASE NOTE: This session has been developed for Graduate Researchers registered in the 2019 Visualise Your Thesis competition, however, the key principles could be applied to all presentation and conference poster design. Please register using your unimelb email address for verification purposes.



Effective Visual Presentations

Poorly designed slides and other visuals can detract from even the best content, affecting the way your research and its findings or conclusions are perceived. Well designed visuals will support and clarify your arguments, and persuade your audience to believe in your ideas.

In this session, you will learn what NOT to do when creating slides and presentations, as well as some basic design principles to help youth better communicate your data.

This session will help you:

• Understand why poorly designed resources can distract or confuse your audience and affect the way an argument is perceived.

• Learn techniques for using typography and creating images

• Identify information design principles for communicating data

This workshop is designed for graduate researchers entering the “Visualise Your Thesis” competition.

Please bring your own laptop. This event is funded by the SSAF Grant.



By registering for this event you consent to the use of any information collected at this event (in the form of photos, Lecture Capture and video/audio recordings), to be used for publicity and marketing purposes to promote the Visualise Your Thesis competition.

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