Want to use your iPad when you present, but hate the limitations on fonts in Keynote? Here’s one solution.
Most of my family history projects could best be described as text-heavy scrapbooks. I want something that will catch their eye and pull them in to read the story. I use the Ulysses writing platform to organize, write and manage my text and I've found that Keynote - the presentation software for Mac and iOS -… Continue reading Creative Keynote – Create a Title Page
Did you know you can make movies with Keynote? Keynote for the Mac has a Record Slideshow feature that makes it easy to record your presentation and then export it as a movie. All you need is a headset. I use my iPhone earbud and it works just fine. The first step is to build… Continue reading Making Movies with Keynote
Anyone who has been to one of my presentations knows I'm not a big fan of bullet points. I prefer to show a lot of screenshots and examples. When I do include bullet points, they are seldom the main focus of the slide. Along the way I discovered Keynote - the presentations app in Apple's suite… Continue reading Keynote Storytelling
Since my favorite storytelling format is a digital hybrid somewhere between a journal and a scrapbook, I need a software platform that supports a broad range of features. My favorite storytelling platform has to be Keynote, Apple's presentation graphics app. You may be more familiar with presentation graphics for building . . . presentations, but you… Continue reading Creative Keynote – The Digital Scrapbook
Keynote is a great platform for building beautiful family history projects full of photos, charts and graphics. You'll find there are also a broad range of sharing options available to help you distribute these projects to your family.