Design

keyboardFigures are visual representations of your scientific data. As such, it is absolutely critical that they are clear, accurate, and consistently formatted. This is true for both manuscripts and presentations. Our design services, therefore, generate publication-ready visual images from your raw data. Because we understand that each scientist has a different data-presentation style, our team will continue to make design adjustments until you are completely satisfied with the final product. Design services typically take 7-14 days to complete, but accommodations can be made to meet a specified deadline.

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Manuscript figures:
We ask that you provide:
1) Original images (preferably .psd, .pdf, .tiff, or .jpg format, but we will work with you to identify a software solution).
2) Original graphs (if it becomes necessary to generate new graphs, we may ask for the raw, numerical data).
3) Figure legends and/or the corresponding Results section.
4) Original tables, along with the title and footnotes.
5) The journal where the manuscript will be submitted.

Based on images, graphs, and text that your provide (as well as the Author Instructions) we will generate a composite image for each figure. We will also design easy-to-interpret tables. Our goal is to create a set of figures and tables that convey your data in a clear and aesthetically pleasing fashion.

Powerpoint presentations:
We ask that you provide:
1) A rough draft of the presentation (if available).
2) A slide-by-slide outline of the talk.
3) Original images and graphs (if it becomes necessary to generate new graphs, we may ask for the raw, numerical data).
4) Any additional text you would like included in the presentation (e.g., conclusions).

Based on the talk outline we will generate a series of slides that clearly present the data. We will also design a number of slide layouts (e.g., background colors, title locations) from which you can choose.

Posters:
We ask that you provide:
1) A rough draft of the poster (if available).
2) Working drafts of each figure (if available).
3) All necessary text (e.g., title, abstract, introduction, legends, and conclusions).
4) Original images and graphs (if it becomes necessary to generate new graphs, we may ask for the raw, numerical data).
5) Poster constraints (e.g., dimensions).

We will first generate figures from you raw data. These figures, together with the necessary text, will then be arranged on the poster in a clear and aesthetically pleasing fashion.

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