One of my favorite activities is translating complex information into concise, accessible, and understandable graphics. By embedding best practices from communication and perception literature, my graphics disseminate content to a wide variety of audiences. Note: All of the content below was designed in PowerPoint! Until I become more proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and After Effects, I prefer to work with assets for which I have a license, are provided by the client, or are available under a creative commons license.
Animated Neuroscience gifs
The following gifs are examples of content I have created for my classes using PowerPoint and vector images from Biorender.com.
Overview of neural conduction versus synaptic transmission
Ligand-gated receptor agonist
Macro-level view of a norepinephrine agonist increasing activity in the prefrontal cortex.