What field-specific issues or debates influenced your thinking?
What information is essential for your audience to be able to understand your project and its significance?
Remember that your viewers won’t be able to process too much detailed evidence; it’s your job to narrow down this evidence so that you’re providing the big picture.
Choose a few key pieces of evidence that most clearly illustrate your take-home message.
In general, you will need to simplify your wording.
Long, complex sentences are difficult for viewers to absorb and may cause them to move on to the next poster.
In the sciences, the what of a project is often divided into its hypothesis and its data or results.
In other disciplines, the what is made up of a claim or thesis statement and the evidence used to back it up.
Often a chart, graph, table, photo, or other figure can help you distill this information and communicate it quickly and easily.
Include information about the process you followed as you conducted your project.