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Descriptive title of design project here

Descriptive Title of Design Project Here

Logo Here

Logo Here

NameMore names



Results here explain how we know the object/design actually meets the specifications outlined in the introduction. You should test the object/design and report on the testing. Sometimes this part is called validation.

  • Introduction/Background

  • Get the reader interested in why this project is necessary. Then explain what the reader needs to know in order to understand the project.

  • You may want to include the specification for the new design here, or include them under a separate heading.

  • Be sure to use lots of bullets (Wilson 2008).

  • Bullets are easier to read then regular text.

  • Avoid long paragraphs and any big blocks of text. Try to state your points very succinctly.


State the main purpose of the project. Exactly what are you doing? What are you trying to prove? REMEMBER TO CHANGE THE FONT SIZES TO ~32 for regular type.

Overview Diagram with Labels

Figure demonstrating results

Table or Figure

Here, you can have an expanded “blow-up” view of the part of the overview diagram. You should have a clear title for this diagram, too, and include labels on everything.

Figure 1. If you label everything on the figures, you may not need to use figure captions. If you do use them, follow the rules!

  • Conclusions

  • Go into further studies that are needed.

  • Recommend further work.

  • Go into the broader aspects.

  • Now that we know this about the subject, how does that knowledge affect the field, or the greater scientific community?

Explain what the object in the figure is. Don’t just let tables or figures stand alone.

Figure explaining discussion section. You should be able to include at least a couple more arrows and explanations when the fonts are changed, etc.

  • Methodology

  • Methodology can explain the theories behind why you chose this particular design. These sections are not absolutely necessary, and do NOT simply narrate what you did. We’re more interested in why you made the choices you did. These ideas can come out in the separate other sections.

  • Remember to use an introductory sentence or two that lead into bullets.

  • Even your bullets can have small figures with them.

  • You are not tied to big columns of information on

  • a poster.

  • Make the methodology, etc. bigger or smaller

  • as necessary.

Small figure here that helps to explain a bullet point in the methodology

Literature Cited

Use numbering, APA, or MLA citations.