Week 2



Exceptional for mock-up presentations.

With Keynote you can easily show clients how you wish to control a behavior. Giving you the option to create an animation opens up an easier visual for clientele. To animate objects swiftly, use the magic move option, and for more help knowing how to animate on Keynote, go to Lynda.com.

Remember not to create objects in digital format that are trying to live up to a real life object (skeuomorphism). iPhone ended skeuomorphism at the end of their iOS 7 for a good reason. Now, Google is in the lead for great design with their newly developed “material design.” Find out more about material design here https://www.google.com/design/spec/material-design/introduction.html.

In this article Nielsen defines the ten standards for design.

Visibility of system status

Match between system and the real world

User control and freedom

Consistency and standards

Error prevention

Recognition rather than recall

Flexibility and efficiency of use

Aesthetic and minimalist design

Help users recognize, diagnose, and recover from errors

Help and documentation

With these standards in mind, I started my own keynote animation that follows some of these radical rules.
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