Typography is much more than choosing a corporate font. It is the art of arranging text in a way that is both arresting and engaging. Done well, typography can make your next Biomedical, Biopharma or Life Science marketing campaign easier to read, relate to and remember. Here’s how typography can make your Bioresearch Brand communications more memorable: Well…

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Nothing communicates the importance of your research faster than a visual story. By helping viewers “get it” quickly through the power of design, visual storytelling encourages connection and, ultimately, your desired response. Everyone you hope to motivate — be they researchers, donors, investors, media people or potential partners — is a human being. As such, the most effective way to…

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Get the most from your bioresearch brand by applying the same consistency you expect from your scientific work. Successful life science firms and biomedical non-profits understand this simple branding truth. So why do so many fall into the trap of making a big branding investment, only to become frustrated when their efforts don’t live up…

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Making a great presentation poster that stands out from the rest isn’t rocket science. Follow these four easy design tips to create a poster that gets attention and communicates your research clearly. Posters are widely used as presentation aids in science and medical academia. They summarize information and scientific data concisely to help the researcher…

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MDI Biological Laboratory demonstrates 3 design techniques that keep donors engaged. Seth Johnson, Designer at IBM, once said, “Design focuses on improving experience, not simply on making things look pretty.” When it comes to designing an impactful Case Statement, this couldn’t be truer. Case Statements are usually structured around big asks, so it’s extremely important…

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With only seconds to engage your reader’s swift attention, your next email campaign should be simple, direct and valuable to your assiduous biotech audience. In 2012, the average person will receive 75 emails a day, leaving you just few seconds to earn your subscriber’s attention. Whether they are entrenched in research or the business side…

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