Interactive posters are similar to academic posters but use web-links, animations, videos, etc to enable the audience to access further informational materials on the topic.
This kind of visuals are a great learning and teaching tool to either use with students or get them to create something themselves, especially when explaining a difficult process. Interactive graphics are a good way to strengthen students' knowledge and develop their awareness.
To create a professional poster, you need to consider various different elements of your design. This website provides you with some tips on creating the design for a poster:
Design terms can seem overwhelming to people who don't come from that background. However, this link will walk you through elements in simple steps:
Adding QR codes to your document is a great way to direct your audience to another source of information. To add a QR Code you can use an online website, some examples are:
QRCode Monkey - This site allows you to alter the colour, add a logo and customise your design.
QR Code Generator - This site allows you to link to a number of different kind of sites, change the colour and upload a logo.