Monthly Archives: March 2014

Putting Type in a Photo

Putting type in a poster photo can be problematic, since the photo can vary from light to dark. Dark type can’t be seen in dark areas, and vice-versa. Often you’ll want to put type in a photo to label or … Continue reading

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Type and Background Color in Research Posters

One of the problems of looking at your poster on the screen is that it will often be brighter than your poster will print. That’s because your computer screen is lighted from behind, and your poster is not. Lots of … Continue reading

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If your template download is a .zip file

OK, here’s a weird one that we have seen recently, but the good news is that it is easily solved.┬áIf you download one of our PowerPoint poster templates, it goes on your hard drive as a .zip file, and if … Continue reading

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