Thesis Day 2020
Rebecca Johansson & Linn Torstensson, Sustainable food systems programme. Poster: Old Food Habits die Hard – Combine old habits with new sustainable alternatives.
Motivation: A harmonic poster that uses the format and medium to share information in an project specific way. A title that gives associations and a sub title that explains. The choice of photos and the graphic together with the text enhances the message clearly.
Shared 2nd place
Emma Arvidsson, Landscape architect programme. Poster: Spare nature! How to handle the increasing amount of nature lovers.
Motivation: A short direct title with a sub title that very clearly explains the problem and the content of the project. Well chosen photos that's put us in the project landscape. A heading with the sky as a limit, a central photo that welcomes us into the national park and the project, and also describing the challenge.
Charlie Gong, Bachelor's programme in Biology. Poster: Coral reefs in the making – Exploring a sea of opportunities.
Motivation: Good use of the posters possibility in both pictures and colors. The layout takes consideration to the content and leads the eye though the story. A title, and a sub title, that attracts attention and creates curiosity. When you pass the poster you perceive the sense of the sea.