We've used Apple's Keynote application for mocking up UI while working at Apple, Netflix, Nest, and Google. We use Keynote 95% percent of the time and use Photoshop and Illustrator on occasion, but only for specific tasks. Keynote is an incredibly efficient tool for mocking up user interfaces for web and mobile applications and allows you to wireframe, create high fidelity designs, mockup interactions, create visual specs, simulate animations, and present all from one tool. In our workshops, we walk through some of the workflows that we use in Keynote, show tips and tricks, talk about best practices, do a quick demo and answer lots and lots of questions.
We are excited to be sharing our workshop again at this year's South By South West. If you are attending, make sure to register for the workshop before it fills up.
JW Marriott - Salon H, 110 E 2nd St. Austin, TX
Saturday, March 14 3:30PM - 6:00PM
Ted is currently the Director of Design at Udacity and advisor for several startups. He previously held the roles of Sr. Designer at Google/Nest, Lead Designer for Mobile at Netflix, Lead UI Designer for Keynote on desktop and mobile at Apple and Sr. Designer at Duarte Design where he worked one-on-one with Al Gore, to help create the slides that were the basis for the Academy Award winning film, An Inconvenient Truth.
Joel is a Product Designer on Andoid Auto and man of many projects. Previously he spent time designing mobile experiences for Netflix, AppStack, and other Bay Area startups. In addition to crafting & designing mobile UX, Joel also hosts The Balance podcast where he discusses balance with creatives & designers in the community.