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Aurora NXT for Keynote

Aurora NXT

The vibrant color and classic styling of Aurora enters the NXT era with updated and expanded slide styles, an improved grid and all-new extras & add-ons.

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Palo Alto for Pages

The technically minded, bright and modern appeal of Palo Alto NXT expands to Pages with a full suite of eye-catching, highly adaptable templates.

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Pavilion NXT for Keynote

Pavilion NXT

The versatile, classic vibe of Pavilion enters the NXT era with a wholly remastered framework, expanded slide styles and all-new extras & add-ons.

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An Interactive Look: new Elements & JumpStart Template Add-Ons for Disruptor

There are a number of big evolutions happening at KeynotePro in 2017. And while some of the biggest changes won’t be seen until a little later this year, the quick take off of our new Disruptor theme gave us the perfect opportunity to preview some of the ways we’re going to be making our theme library even more flexible in 2017 and beyond.While these new Add-Ons are only available for the Disruptor theme at the moment, in the coming weeks and months we’ll be extending ... [more]

Some Tips - and Cautions - on Posting Interactive Presentations in Keynote 7.1

Keynote 7.1 makes it easy to post interactive presentations on WordPress, MediumĀ and the web - but be mindful of how much you’re actually sharing.The Keynote 7.1 Update brought an interesting new feature to Apple’s presentation app: the ability to Post Interactive Presentations to WordPress, Medium and the web. We touched on this briefly in our Keynote 7.1 Upgrade Report, and while the new service still has a few bugs to work out and may not be for everyone yet, there’s already a lot of buzz ... [more]

Updates

 

Geneva for Pages: Smart Calendar Templates

The Smart Calendar Templates enable you to create a variety of custom text/photo Calendar styles in a few short steps. Each Smart Calendar sheet is fully localization-aware and adaptive for all regions/localizations supported by Pages. [Sign In]

Tribeca NXT Elements: Device Mockups 1.1

The Elements: Device Mockups template file enables you to showcase your apps, concepts, and designs on a range of familiar Apple-centric hardware, including narrative and detail layouts featuring MacBooks, iPads and iPhones [Sign In]

MagnetBoard NXT v1.1 Update

The MagnetBoard NXT v1.1 Update adds expanded layouts to the core themes, along with new foundation styles to enhance and accent the new Element Template Add-Ons. [Sign In]

PitchBoards NXT JumpStart Template: Independent Film Investor Pitch

The JumpStart: Independent Film Investment Pitch Template is designed to streamline the creation of a new Pitch to Independent (non-Distributing) Investors, including a complete, structured presentation of pre-staged slides ready for you to customize to your own production. Tips and recommendations are built into each slide to help guide you during the creation of your own pitch. [Sign In]

PitchBoards NXT Elements: Timeline and Budget Tables Template

The Elements: Timelines & Budget Tables templates include multiple styles of Milestone Timelines, Multi-Track Project Timelines, and Film Production Budget Table slides ready to Copy & Paste into your PitchBoards NXT v1.1 presentation. [Sign In]

News

 

Pages 6.x Upgrade Report

The latest generation of Pages is here: Pages 6.2 arrived on June 14th, a comprehensive update to the earlier 6.x builds launched alongside MacOS Sierra in September and October ‘16, further refining the latest generation of Apple’s publishing app and bringing some long-awaited updates to the architectural transition that began with the launch of Pages 5.0. Pages for iOS is updated as well to version 3.2, adopting many of the same core features of the 6.2 update for the desktop and continuing to add increasing ... [more]

Keynote 7.1: Closing the Loop

The latest generation of Keynote is here: Keynote 7.1 arrived on March 27th, a comprehensive update to the earlier 7.0.x builds launched alongside MacOS Sierra in September and October, further refining the latest generation of Apple’s presentation app and bringing some long-awaited closure to the architectural transition that began with the launch of Keynote 6.0. Keynote for iOS is updated as well to version 3.1, adopting many of the same core features of the 7.1 update for the desktop and continuing to add increasing feature-parity ... [more]