Visual Communication Webinars for Scientists


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My goal is to help you become an effective communicator. Everything I teach is focused on understanding and usefulness, because I know that smart people want clear, precise and actionable advice. The content of the workshop has been distilled down to the essentials so that you can immediately apply the approaches to communicate your own ideas and results.

My training is a total-immersion experience. Whether it is a 4-hour webinar or a 2-day workshop, everything you learn will be structured and memorable, and the experience enjoyable and fun. If I am successful, I will change the way you think about communication, not only in your science, but also in your life.

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Facilitated by a former scientist, engineer, photographer and Fulbright Scholar

Dr. Jernej Zupanc

My goal is to help scientists effectively communicate.
Drawing on various fields including technology, art and communication, I am always on the lookout for new approaches that can be readily applied by researchers.

Besides workshops and webinars, I consult on EU grants and am a member of the Slovenian Council for Science and Technology.
Before Seyens, I worked as Head of computer vision at a startup and as an evaluator of Horizon 2020 EU projects.

I hold a PhD and was a PostDoc in computer science at University of Ljubljana and a Fulbright Scholar at Northeastern University, Boston.


Webinar • Effective Visual Communication of Science

Through understanding human visual perception, you will learn how to visually communicate your complex research ideas and results so your messages are effortlessly understood by any specific audience (scientists or non scientists).

On the 2nd day, we will discuss how to apply these principles to various means of scientific communication. We will start from purpose and goal and then conceive a strategy on how to visually develop our messages for specific means of communication.

You will submit your materials before the webinar and get feedback from facilitator and peer scientists. The webinar draws from my experience with over a hundred workshops.


Day 1 Essential visual communication

🎤 How to effectively communicate with specific scientific and non scientific audiences
🎤 Visual perception and what humans find intuitive
🎤 Colors: how to amplify, not ‘fancify’
🎤 Visual organization: how to structure information to simplify comprehension
🎤 Eye-flow: effortlessly guide the audience through the design
🗨 Discussion on pre-submitted figures: facilitator’s feedback on a selection of figures from participants
Graphical abstract drawing exercise: draw a sketch of your own research (possible as a homework)
🤝 Graphical abstract group work: give and receive feedback (possible as a homework)

Day 2: Applying visual communication

🎤 Slides that don’t distract and amplify your messages when presenting
🗨 Feedback on slides: facilitator’s feedback on a selection of slides from participants
🎤 Conference posters: purpose, strategy and process for creating posters that attract and explain
🤝 Group work – posters feedback: give and receive feedback from peers
🎤 Grants/project proposals: how to structure and visually enhance a document to help the evaluator
🎤 Digital image file-types: compression, resolution and the best use of vector and raster images

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