If you want some help in conveying your research through visual media then please make use of our Research Festival toolkit - a collection of resources provided by communications experts from University of the Arts, London.
These resources were used initially as part of a series of workshops we ran in late November 2013, designed to provide an introduction to the use of posters, photographs and film in presenting research projects. We hope they will give an insight into devices such as storyboarding and typographic hierarchy, that are useful for any work involving visual media.
Maximising Impact Resources (PDF)
Page Structure and Grids (PDF)
Typographic Hierarchy (PDF)
We're also posting here some of the comments from last year's judges about what stood out for them in the winning exhibits:
"It is original and clear, told a whole story and is more than an illustration of a piece of research" - 2013 film judges on winning entry, Capturing the cut by Christelle Rabier
"One of the strongest images in the competition. Through choosing to present a black and white image the photographer references the genre of reportage with all the connotations that brings regarding being an eye-witness to important events." - 2013 photograph judges on winning entry, Communist pre-election campaign, Greece by Evangelos Georgas