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November 16, 2017 at 11:37 am
I see how the background of the poster is a darker blue from what was seen in class and so that’s nice. However, I think that the text boxes should also be a color so it doesn’t look entirely blank. I notice that the graph and table still need to adjusted with the conclusion points missing. I would say that you have wisely used the right proportion of sentences and bullets on the poster. Lastly, the titles for the information slides should be bigger because it looks as if its part of the information and does not stand out. Overall, I think you did a nice job with your poster!
November 18, 2017 at 3:42 pm
Dear “PHARMOSIS” Team,
Interesting layout and huge improvement in comparing to the first draft!
1. Please make it clear that your project utilizes 3D printing technology. Provide a short method section and describe how you designed the pill.
2. Please work on the distribution of text and pictures to make your poster even more appealing.
Thank you, Dr. Greer
November 18, 2017 at 5:16 pm
I really like the new format. You made it really clear the distinction between the left and right side. When you talked about the advantages and disadvantages, you provided only the benefits for pharmacosomes and only the detriments for liposomes. If this is not intended, maybe include other parts. Also, does pharmoris contain structurally components of pharmacosomes and oral medications?
November 19, 2017 at 11:39 pm
The design of your poster is very unique and works well with the information you are presenting. Just a small note on the layout, if you can raise the flow chart of disadvantages a bit because there is more space on top than the bottom. Overall, love it!!!
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