About

No one really ever trains a scientist in how to make figures, design posters, or craft the best research presentation – let’s fix that! This blog is meant to aid all researchers in making their science speak in the visual spectrum. Expect tips, tricks, and tutorials in topics like building figures within Adobe Illustrator, making models, utilizing time-saving software, etc. I’d especially like to hear from anyone who wants to learn a specific skill or from anyone having a particular problem that I can answer via dedicated blog posts. Use the contact form on the ask a question page and I’ll get on it!

Who am I?

My name is Anne – nice to meet you. I’m currently a Biosciences graduate student at the University of Utah studying Neurobiology. I started my career by obtaining a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Georgia and going on to be professional graphic designer for many years before attending graduate school. You can see some of my design and illustration work here: hungrybraindesign.com.

Follow the blog on Twitter @visualizingsci

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