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HTML Extractor for Keynote
We thought the default HTML export in Keynote didn't fit our needs. Extract your slides alongside your notes using our super easy drag 'n drop application for macOS.
apps  html  keynote  tools 
december 2016 by rmateu
Free Twitter Bootstrap GUI Mockup and Design Templates - Keynotopia
Prototype Bootstrap-based apps using your favorite presentation tool. The following vector UI components have been designed from scratch in Apple Keynote, Microsoft PowerPoint and OpenOffice Impress, and are fully editable and customizable without needing any additional design tools.
keynote  mac  tool  productivity 
february 2012 by rmateu
Keynote UX - Free stencils to make interactive prototypes and website wireframes in Apple Keynote
Free stencils to make interactive prototypes and website wireframes in Apple Keynote
resource  free  keynote  colophon 
february 2012 by rmateu
Manila: A Keynote Theme
As a result, I bring you Manila, a Keynote theme I made featuring black Helvetica Neue on a soft-yellow background. I’m about as far from a designer as one can possibly be, but I’ve used this theme in the past and people seemed to like it.
keynote  theme 
january 2012 by rmateu
A blank Keynote theme :: William C. Benton
Blank.kth works with Keynote ’08, features tasteful blue fills in charts, includes no goofy images, and defaults all text to Helvetica Neue. To install, unarchive the zip file and drag the .kth file to ~/Library/Application Support/iWork/Keynote/Themes/.
keynote  tool  theme 
january 2012 by rmateu
Melissa O'Neill: PDF to Keynote
PDF to Keynote converts PDF-based presentations (e.g., made using LaTeX with Prosper, Beamer or foiltex) into Apple's Keynote format.
Once translated into Keynote format, every page of your original PDF file becomes a PDF image, properly scaled and centered on its own slide. Although intended for presentations, you can also use it to create slides for the pages of regular documents.
keynote  mac  presentation  pdf 
june 2011 by rmateu

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