Presentations are often built to tell a story. They might showcase how the past connects to the present or the delivery stages of a project that you’re developing. Each point on a timeline represents an essential milestone in the sequence.
So, you’ve been asked to give a presentation on the big project that you’re planning. A successful presentation improves the chances that your project will be approved, and you’re assigned the resources that can make it successful.
Your Keynote presentation can take on a variety of themes, and it’s easy to change them with just a few clicks. Changing a Keynote theme can be helpful if you’re rebranding your presentation or if you just want a different look. Learn how to change a Keynote custom theme in this short video and tutorial.
Apple’s Keynote presentation software offers ease-of-use and powerful features. It has quickly gained popularity as a way to build powerful visual aids that support your presentation.
Animations in Keynote are easy to apply and change, and it’s easy to customize template that already have animations built into them in Keynote. I frequently grab custom themes from ThemeKeeper Elements, which is an all-you-can-download subscription that includes tons of elements for creatives, including Keynote themes with animation. I’ll show you how to customize animations in Keynote in this tutorial.
An animated GIF can be a nice touch to a presentation and they’re easy to add and customize in Apple Keynote. A Keynote GIF adds a bit of animation to your slideshow, which can help add interest. Let’s look at how to add GIFs in Keynote.
Hyperlinks in presentations can help your viewer jump outside of the presentation and on to a website or even somewhere else in the Keynote file. Let’s learn how to add them to a Keynote presentation in this video. I’m working here in a presentation in Keynote. I’ve got some text here that I may want to send the viewer outside to check out more information on.
Apple’s Keynote has gained a foothold for Mac users that need to build great-looking slides to supplement a presentation. Building a presentation aid is all about creating slides that help you drive the message to the audience.
If you’re using Keynote to create slides for your next presentation, you’re probably want that presentation to engage your audience. When it comes to presentations, design can play an important role in attracting the audience’s attention. But if you’re not a professional designer, your presentation design might not stand out.
Presenter Display view is one of the best tools in Keynote to help you get comfortable with giving a presentation. It’s designed for multiple screens, so that you can keep your important data in front of you with the presentation shown to the audience on another screen.
You’re about to give a big presentation. Instead of prepping note cards or print outs with your speaking notes, you can use Keynote’s feature presenter notes to keep those cues in view nearby. In this tutorial, learn how to add presenter notes in Keynote.
When you’re ready to share your Keynote presentation, email is one of the most popular ways to do it. In this tutorial, learn how to email and share Keynote presentations.
You’ve got the perfect image for your slide presentation—perfect except for one thing: the background. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to use Instant Alpha, a great Keynote feature, to easily remove the background of an image for our presentation. You can use this in a variety of situations to remove color and show transparency in the image.
Do you know how to rotate text, shapes, and images in Apple’s Keynote presentation software?