The thoughtful use of well-designed graphical elements are central to the presentation of science. They need to be accurate, appropriate to the scientific endeavour – and attractive and easy to grasp quickly. Good graphics don’t just
At Econnect, the communication projects we bring to life often rely on using several media platforms. They range from traditional forms like newspapers, radio and TV to the current popular online platforms such as Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
We live in a society where ‘fake news’ accusations escalate as the politics of knowledge is being played on a global stage. Yet as we face very real problems demanding change it is interesting to reflect on the role
We’ve been to a lot of conferences and workshops lately.And it seems that there are still many presenters out there who have not thought about their audience. They plug in their life support system—their speech notes written on PowerPoint—and away
In response to last month’s newsletter, Questions science communication practitioners want answered by people researching science communication, we’ve had generous contributions from 4 expert science communication scholars.