These two Keynote slides illustrate some principles of animation described in an earlier post. The first slide starts with a screenshot of Garr Reynold’s Presentation Zen website. The words “stop being boring” are captured by a separate screenshot of the same screen and then superimposed on the first one so that they seem part of it. Afterwards they are moved and zoomed in with an action build in Keynote. The second slide is transitioned through Keynote’s Magic Move and then it is animation business as usual.
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