How to prototype interactive iPad applications in 30 minutes or less using Apple Keynote

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A simple guide on how to create iPad prototypes using Apple keynote and test them on the iPad without writing a single line of code. …

A simple guide on how to create iPad prototypes using Apple keynote and test them on the iPad without writing a single line of code.

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  • 1. How to Prototype Interactive iPad apps in 30 minutes or less Using Apple Keynote
  • 2. Why Keynote?
  • 3. During your presentation, you don’t need to switch to another tool to show your prototype.
  • 4. When you email your pitch deck to someone, you don’t have to include installation instructions.
  • 5. The prototype also works on the iPad without any additional work (and without writing a single line of code)
  • 6. Here are the assets I use to create my prototypes. (These assets were all created in Keynote)
  • 7. Here is how you can create your own
  • 8. 1. Plan your screens and transitions
  • 9. 2. Install the iPad Theme file
  • 10. Downlod this Keynote theme from http://bit.ly/iPadSlideshare
  • 11. 3. Access Master slides to grab assets from
  • 12. 4. Combine assets* to create app screens * All assets are editable in Keynote. There are no images
  • 13. 5. Create hyperlinks between slides
  • 14. 6. Export as Quicktime or PDF to test on your laptop or iPad
  • 15. 7. Tranfser it to the iPad or send it to friends to try out. Test it with real users.
  • 16. What does the outcome look like?
  • 17. Your prototype doesn’t need to be perfect It just needs to capture the idea behind the interface and interactions so that you can get feedback before you start coding.
  • 18. The Keynote template can be downloaded from http://bit.ly/iPadSlideshare
  • 19. A similar template for prototyping web applications is available at http://bit.ly/KeynoteSlideshare
  • 20. Next time you’re giving a presentation, remember this: If a picture is worth a thousand words, a prototype is worth a thousand pictures.