60 days of Keynote Kung-Fu
- July, 29, 2010
- 6 Comments
- Keynote Kung-Fu, Work
The last 60 days have been a dream. I launched Keynote Kung-Fu with hopes of selling a few copies of my toolkit. I fully expected the splash that it made at the Big Design 2010 conference to come and go.
But it didn’t.
I’m humbled by the support from my peers and the recognition from the community’s most well known designers. Your influence has made this product a success.
Version 2.0 just hit the servers this morning. It’s chock full of iOS, iPad, and iPhone interface elements. All of the new elements are meticulously recreated in “native” Keynote.
You’ll receive an email with instructions on how to upgrade if you’ve already purchased.
I’m very happy to announce a partnership with Konigi. Konigi is a wonderful resource for design & IA tools targeted at UX professionals like you and me. Keynote Kung-Fu will be among very good company.
Pumped for this due to the scalable arrow-shaped buttons alone. Been needing one. Congrats and thank you!
This is awesome. Thanks KungFu Meister
Awesome work man. Keep it up.
Looks great – just made a purchase and waiting for iWork 09 to arrive, but a video showing Keynote Kung Fu to build a small project would be invaluable and remove any guesswork or asumptions.
Mike Sutton said:
I love that you are getting good things from Keynote Kungfu – its a great toolkit and to have it on top of Keynote is a perfect match.
ps. you have a typo on the site (sorry – I’m finikity like that) >> on the site , search for ‘Take you audience along’. It should be ‘Take *your* audience…’
take care and keep on keeping on.