Programme

UX London is a fantastic three-day event which opens with a day of inspirational presentations, followed by two days of practical, in-depth workshops covering core skills, strategic thinking and advanced techniques.

Travis Isaacs

Getting Bad Ideas Out Of The Way With Keynote

Travis Isaacs

Friday 20 April, 14:00 - 17:30, Room: Green 1

Please note that for this workshop you will need to bring a Mac with Keynote installed.

Ready to leave the boring world of wireframes and design documentation behind?

Create clickable, high-fidelity prototypes for web, desktop, or mobile apps using Keynote in less time than it takes to create a just a wireframe in your old wireframing tool. All without any coding or learning a complex and expensive new tool.

Participants will learn first-hand why Keynote is so effective at exploring and communicating the formative details of design, experience, and interactions.

Additional topics include:

  • Setting up the optimal Keynote prototyping workflow
  • Saving time with reusable interface components
  • Improving upon your existing design process with Keynote
  • Overlooked Keynote secrets and tips

Participants should have Keynote '09 installed on their Mac. iPad and PowerPoint users are welcome, however this workshop specifically focuses on Keynote for Mac.

This hands-on prototyping workshop includes a complimentary copy of Keynote Kung-Fu.

Download Travis’ Presentation

About the Speaker, Travis Isaacs

Travis is an information architect, visual designer, and front-end developer—the user experience trifecta.

In the last decade, Travis has designed, built, & delivered software for travel, retail, entertainment, mobile, and e-commerce for names like RadioTime, Travelocity, BestBuy, Viewzi, Blinksale, Michaels Stores, and Gamestop.

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