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Research has indicated that one out of nine Americans over age 45 experiences some kind of memory decline. Memory loss is part of the aging process, though it may affect everyone, every brain, differently. To Remember is a conference to educate and inform families and caregivers about old age memory loss, as well as its treatments and preventions. Hosted by the AARP, the conference includes guest speakers, activities, and takeaways that may help to prolong and improve and nurture the memory.
Memory is created every second, like overlapping layers of recordings in time. The graphics for the event were created based on that layering effect of the memory. Since a conference about the memory also has to be memorable, colors play an important part in making effective memory cues. The strong use of graphic and bright colors will allow To Remember to leave a powerful impact on people's minds and lives.