10.06.15 by Jeff

Animation Made Using Only Apple Keynote

keynote-animation

Designer Linda Dong left her job at Apple to travel the world and work on personal projects. She’s currently based in Tokyo and has made this really cool little animation using only the Apple Keynote app. I am now officially embarrassed of every presentation I’ve made. She’s provided some tips and her project file on her site here. Watch the animation below.


 

Linda Dong’s Website













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Tony Craig

    Wow now I feel bad.

    • haha i know right

  • Totally Awesome!

  • haha ms. dong haha, oh goodness gracious thank you world for sophisticated jokes based on names. . . or is it MRS. ???? oh my, now I’m intrigued. Mrs. Dong.





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