With presentation slides you need to follow a structure which links the slides with the spoken element:
Working in a group brings its own benefits and complications. Think ahead to what you collectively want to achieve, and how to get there.
Some leaflets are one-sided, and some are double-sided. Some leaflets are intended to be flat, and some may have one or two folds. Make decisions about how much space you have and how it will be arranged before you start.
Some submissions require you to create a webpage, and some require you to create a website with multiple webpages. Think about webpages you think work well and why.
With leaflets, make sure that you address your central idea and support this with images.
Academic posters have some flexibility in presentation, but there are some required areas, such as:
Below the banner, most posters are divided into three or four sections of content. Think about how the viewer’s eye will follow the flow of information – generally people read from top to bottom and left to right.