I made this poster for the Cognitive Neuroscience Society conference in 2015. This poster summarizes a follow-up analysis of my first-year fMRI project. We estimated the certainty and expectedness associated with the stimuli used in the experiment and investigated which brain areas tracked hypothesis certainty and evidence expectancy over time.
As with most posters, I started with a color scheme that I pulled from Pinterest. The color scheme I chose for this poster consisted of navy, coral, slate gray, and tan (which I ended up dropping):
For this poster, I wanted to go for a cleaner, more refined look. I also wanted to use a different section format than what I usually use. Sometimes I play around with a few possible designs before deciding on a format and style. I found the mini-poster designs that I made before making this poster. Here are a few of them:
You can see that they're all pretty similar, but they vary a little bit.
Anyway, you can click the buttons below to download the template in Powerpoint or Keynote:
I'd love to see any posters you create with this template! Feel free to post them in the comments below.