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Benjamin D. Elder, Eric W. Sankey, C. Rory Goodwin,
Ignacio Jusué-Torres, Mohamed H. Khattab, Daniele Rigamonti
Department of Neurosurgery, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA
Figure 1 prepared by Ikumi Kayama
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Studio Kayama helps scientists and doctors how to be heard and understood and how to express the value of what they do through accurate and useful illustrations.
Do you ever struggle to explain your area of expertise to others? Your area is so specialized that it’s several degrees removed from “everyday, normal life”. Maybe the people you are trying to reach do not have the same amount of knowledge and experience as you. Are you tired of blank stares or being brushed off as “too hard”?
What if your work is cutting edge and no one has ever seen or thought of before? Are you too close to the work that it’s hard to explain your ideas in a way that others understand?
What is the easiest way to getting more citations from even a 7-minute presentation? Use a high quality, custom image. Follow few simple tricks to WOW your audience. If you can show your achievements in a visual way, all the visual learners in the audience will understand right away and remember you and your work.
Maximize readership with an eye-catching graphical abstract. Showing a graphic, not a graph, in your next graphical abstract will attract more readers to your article. Show your readers that your article is relevant to their research interests or encourage interdisciplinary scholarship.
Using a custom illustration will bring attention and recognition to your work. Showing that you care about your work will resonate with your audience. Instead of showing a presentation put together last-minute, having a well-thought out and easy-to-follow presentations will set your work apart from all the rest.
If you have experienced any situations listed below, you already have great potential to attract more attention by effectively using visuals in your work.
Because so many researchers and educators struggle with effective visual communication, I’m giving you some of my best strategies to dramatically improve your scientific communication skills through use of visuals and effective design. It can be simple as redesigning your PowerPoint. Check out the free tips by downloading your copy today.
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