Learn how you can use the Keynote App to craft a presentation that stands out from the crowd.
If you have an idea you want to communicate, whether it's selling to a client, pitching to an investor or launching a new product, this course will help you to win over your audience with Keynote.
Together we'll master three key areas.
1. Understand What Makes a Good Keynote - we'll take a look at how masters like Steve Jobs prepare well designed presentations with solid content.
2. Research and Storyboard - this is all about understanding where to find the right information for your presentation and how to bring it to life through a great story.
3. Master the Keynote App - you can't create a good Keynote without mastering the Keynote app. In this section we'll master the basics and then take a look at some power user hints and tips.
By the end of this course you'll be an expert user of the Keynote app and have theskills required to conquer your next presentation and impress an audience of any size.
Can I complete this course using PowerPoint?
The course is built around preparing presentations using Keynote and many of the lectures contain specific Keynote walkthroughs. What I'm demonstrating can be created in PowerPoint (or any other presentation app) but the focus of this course is all about Keynote.
Is this really all it takes to create a Killer Keynote?
These are the first steps that you can start actioning immediately to make noticeable improvement in the quality of your Keynotes. I'm constantly updating the course and am currently working on updated content for the latest version, Keynote 6.0 (of course if you're already signed up you'll have instant, free access to all of these updates).
Hi, I work full time creating presentations using Keynote and PowerPoint.
I'm passionate about creating the highest quality presentations possible with great content and a polished design, making the job of the audience as easy as possible.
The courses I teach train you in the methods that I've used to create presentation for stakeholders from project directors, right through to C-level executives, including CEO's.
There's a lot of good content here and hopefully we'll have some fun along the way!