This demonstrates animation and list-building. Yes, there’s a story here ;)
This demonstrates interactivity and a virtual whiteboard
This scrolls via vertical drag
concept via Fabricio Teixeira, uxdesign.cc
Ralph Speth, CEO, Jaguar
Just a classic slide layout
If you think good design is expensive,
you should look at the cost of bad design.
This demonstrates live data (a static copy is underneath for non-wifi environment)
1. Provide link, snapshot(s) of landing page
2. Give a brief listing of its “story”
3. Does this support the presumed product goals?
4. Be prepared to present in class
Classic slide layout
“Read” a web page or app
This demonstrates interactivity - click on a thumb. The class was handed identical cards
“Tab bars are always on the bottom"
This demonstrates build-ins and animation timing which are easier than Keynote
• Live web data
• Interative widgets (only partially explored here)
• Abiity to enter forms to avoid turning on the lights and going to a white board
• Much more powerful animation
• Hype UI is faster than Keynote for tweaking attributes
• Compound styles (a font style, plus a size style for example)
• List building outside of InnerHTML
• Slide transitions
• Inserting animation keyframes
• Master slides were missed
• Exposed “step” and “fullscreen” widgets
Author’s Note: These are some excised and redacted slides that I made as an experiment for a UX design course I’m teaching in Paris. The point of the experiment was to see if I could replace Keynote with Hype.
I had 6 main interests:
Where it was challenging:
I consider the experiment a success. HUGE thanks to Mark Hunter for the Gallery work, and Kerguelen for the fullscreen toggle.
Peter Warner, unpressedbutton.com