Expert Poster Review
Your Complimentary Design Review
Well, good news!
We’re offering one hour of complimentary design review for up to 8 of our poster presenters!
How the process works.
- By Friday, March 13, we’ll let submitters know if their posters are accepted for presentation at the conference.
- If your poster is accepted, you’ll have the option of being included in the drawing for complimentary design service.
- If you tell us you’re interested in having your poster reviewed, we’ll enter your name into the March 23 drawing.
- We’ll contact you if your name is among the 8 selected and connect you with Gilberto (Gil) Velazquez, our health literacy design consultant.
How Gil adds value.
With over 20 years’ experience as a professional graphic designer, Gil knows a thing or two about poster presentations. Better still, he applies health literacy principles to ensure that content is clear, concise, and easy-to-use.
Gil will evaluate the overall poster layout to ensure that it can be read and interpreted at a comfortable distance. He will pay special attention to content density and will consider the use of fonts, colors, imagery, tables, and graphics.
Upon completion (usually within 6 business days or less) Gil will provide you with recommendations for improving your poster’s design and format—recommendations that, ultimately, will result in a conclusive message for your audience.
Special Recognition and Awards
- Recipient of the 2019 ClearMark Award of Distinction in the category of “Brochure over 10 pages” with "iCan Manage Type 2 Diabetes: Up-to-date information on ways to live well with diabetes"
- Recipient of the 2016 ClearMark Award of Distinction for "Health Insurance: Questions and Answers" in collaboration with the Institute for Healthcare Advancement
- Recipient of various design awards from the New Jersey Advertising Club from 2005-2007
- Recipient of the AD Q Award for the Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Awareness initiative
- Finally, Gil will be one of our speakers at the Lightning Talks: Working Together to Improve Health Literacy on May 14th.