5 TIPS to convert your keynote into PROTOTYPING tool

Anil Kumar
Sep 13, 2017 · 2 min read
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Prototype is not only for designers, anybody with an idea should be able to prototype quickly & validate it.

Fake it till you make it

1. Set Slide size

Get your device dimension of your device you would like to prototype from & to get right dimension.

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Keynote set custom size

2. Links slides

Prototyping is mainly connecting different screens. See how you can connect any 2 slides screens.

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Keynote Linking

3. Animation/Transition of Objects

Keynote has magic move option to achieve animation effect on the object.

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Keynote Magic move

4. Shapes/Icons

Keynote comes with shapes, using them you can create icons or download icons from or .

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Keynote Shapes

5. Prototyping with collaboration

Keynote provides option to share and collaborate. So, it’s easy to share with your friends & colleagues to get feedback about your prototype.

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Share & collaboration options from the

Ok, get your hands dirty, prototype your idea now on your presentation tool.

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