Designing a 24 x 36 Inch Content-Rich Poster,
Printable on a Wide Format Printer
Mr. Rogers IB Design Tech Specifications
  1. Participate with your team members:
  1. Topic: Each person in a group will focus on one of the subjects: biology, chemistry, and physics and relate how it is applied to enable the aspect of green design chosen by your group as its theme. In the process describe the chosen green design aspect and explain why it should be important to the person viewing the poster. Some repetition of information will be needed on the posters your group creates but keep it to a minimum. It should be possible to show the posters as a group or separately.
  2. Customer: This will usually be one or more teachers but can be a club or organization
  1. Content Rich Presentation: The purpose of the poster is first to draw in the consumer from a distance, then to convey information that the consumer reads up close.
  1. One or more graphs: must present at least some of the information as a graph or table produced in an  Excel Spread sheet. If a table is used it must contain formulas. All data must be fully referenced concerning its source
  2. One or more graphic elements: must have at least one significant graphic element
  1. Aesthetic Design Elements: must be aesthetically pleasing
  1. Impact: A good poster must have both an immediate and lasting impact on the consumer
  1. Deliverables: These are to be submitted for grading of the final project