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How to Create a Research Poster

Image Quality Guidelines

There is an inverse relationship between print size and resolution (if you increase the print size the resolution decreases and vice-versa). To get good results when inserting an image into a research poster, the image should be printed at a resolution of at least 300 dots per inch (dpi). Images that look good online may not be high enough resolution to look good in print at the size you want them to be.

GHC Logos & Identity Standards

Find guidance on style from GHC's Marketing and Communications page.

For Adobe Photoshop users, the GHC Color Swatches are:
Blue 280

Orange 158

Re-Using Images

If you use images from the web, make sure you are either:

1) using images that are labeled for reuse or in the public domain.

2) you have permission to use copyrighted images. Below are some resources for searching images that are copyright free.

Usage-Free Search Images

Copyright-free Government Resources Images
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