Dissecting an Apple keynote
Are you enthusiastic about Apple's Keynote app for the Mac and wonder what new features Apple may roll into a future version of the App? If you answered yes, then you need to check out this post from Les Posen that was noticed by MacSparky.
The presentation expert examined Apple's recent WWDC 2012 keynote and teased it apart by looking closely at the different slides in the presentation. Specifically, he looked for new features that could make their way into an upcoming version of the Keynote software. While he didn't find anything radically new, he did find several examples of complex techniques like highlighting a portion of the slide that he hypothesized could be made easier by new Keynote tools.
Even if you're not interested in the Keynote side of things, Posen's piece is an excellent look at the details that go into even the slides in an Apple presentation. You can read the full slide-by-slide analysis on Posen's Presentation Magic website.
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