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So... Time for another Keynote presentation? Or maybe it's your first one, and your hands are already sweating at the thought of having to speak in front of a crowd. Either way, you should know how important the visuals supporting your words will be. And that the success of your talk can also depend on the software you use to create your presentation.
Keynote, Apple's response to Microsoft PowerPoint, is loved by many, and for good reasons:
(You can get a better understanding of Keynote in this Tuts+ article: What is Apple Keynote.)
So once you have figured out how Keynote works, it's time to get started! And that's where our Keynote templates collection comes in handy. These beautiful themes created by our community of designers are rich in options, styles, targets, cool animations and more. You can focus exclusively on the content of your presentation, without having to worry about the design. Here's a quick summary of their key features.
If you need help editing your shiny new template on Keynote, check out How to Customize a Keynote Presentation Template Design. This Tuts+ tutorial that will show you how to change text, fonts, images, icons and much more. And if you're at the mercy of choice paradox because there are too many great templates to choose from, check out 10 Best Keynote Presentation Templates by our very own Sean Hodge to make up your mind.
Finally, we recommend a couple of tutorials that will come in handy for two maybe less common, but still very interesting uses of Keynote. How to Demo an iOS Prototype allows you to achieve some great design and animation without having to use a dedicated animation software. And in Creating User Onboarding Teardowns: My Process and Tools, Samuel Hulick walks you through a detailed explanation of how, using Keynote, he shares his thoughts about the way apps and websites handle the onboarding process.