Use Tools You Know to Prototype Like a Pro
Keynotopia transforms Keynote and PowerPoint into the best rapid prototyping tools for creating mobile, web and desktop app mockups
What Is Keynotopia?
Keynotopia is the largest collection of user interface design templates for wireframing, prototyping and testing mobile and web apps in 30 minutes or less using Apple Keynote or Microsoft PowerPoint. No coding skills or design background required!
Who Is Keynotopia For?
Entrepreneurs use Keynotopia to prototype and validate their ideas, to demo them to users and to investors, and to outsource them to offshore development teams.
Designers use Keynotopia to create winning client proposals, and to get consensus from managers and team members for their ideas and design directions.
Product Managers use Keynotopia to create interactive product requirements to share with their teams, without having to write long spec documents.
Teachers use Keynotopia in the classroom to teach non-technical students how to visualize and test their ideas, without needing to learn how to design or code.
Do you have an awesome idea for an iPhone app but don’t have the graphic design skills to build a good mockup to show off to potential partners? Well, put away your pencils and napkins and go check out Keynotopia.
How Does Keynotopia Work?
Design User Interface Screens Without Messing With Colors, Pixels Or Layers
Create a new slide for each of your app screens, then copy elements from Keynotopia templates and paste them into your slides to create a great looking user interface in minutes!
Customize And Edit UI Components Without Needing Additional Design Tools.
All components are vector shapes designed from scratch in Keynote and PowerPoint. You can edit labels, change colors and resize the UI components without leaving your presentation tool.
Create User Interaction And Animations In Seconds, Without Writing Code.
Make your prototype interactive by adding hyperlinks between screens so that users can click and tap to navigate them, Then use built-in slide transitions and builds to animate the interface.
Export and Test Your Prototypes on Mobile Devices, Without Doing Any Extra Work
Export the slides as clickable PDF, then send the presentation to your favorite device. Test it with users as if it were a functional prototype, and share it to your team to get feedback.
Here is how to use Keynotopia to prototype and test an iPhone app in 19 minutes!
Annotate & Share Prototypes With Your Team, Instead of Long Spec Documents
Add comments and slide notes to annotate your interface, then share it via email, DropBox, or upload the prototype to iWork.com for free to get feedback and iterate on your designs.
Transform your wireframes and mockups into high fidelity designs almost instantly
Instead of re-creating your design from a wireframe, simply apply high fidelity styles from Keynotopia templates onto your wireframe to transform it into high fidelity screen designs in minutes.
Use Your Prototype Screens in Your Final App and Save On Production Expenses
Keynotopia templates include thousands of pixel perfect royalty free vector components and icons created in Keynote and PowerPoint that you can use directly in your final apps.
Don’t throw away your prototype when you’re done with it. Instead, export your final prototype screens as PNG images and open them in Photoshop or Fireworks for production. You can also copy components and icons from Keynote or PowerPoint, and paste them directly into your favorite design tool.
Keynotopia Works With Most Versions of Keynote, PowerPoint and OpenOffice
Keynotopia lets users design quick and easy interfaces and interactive mockups for web, mobile and desktop apps without touching a line of code.
Join thousands of designers, developers and entrepreneurs who use Keynotopia
Use PowerPoint or Keynote to create web and mobile apps – Cool!
Brilliantly cool way to use Keynote to create prototypes.
Jared M. Spool
UI Guru and Founder, UIE
I was shocked with the inventive but pragmatic application of Keynote as a prototyping tool for iPad!
Creative VP, Adaptive Path
An increasing number of designers are turning to Apple Keynote, to design and prototype applications.
We love prototyping for the iPad.
What do we use?Interactive iPad prototyping using Keynote
Crazy fast prototyping in Keynote. This method seems flexible enough for any sort of screen design.
I love Keynotopia prototyping templates. Used them to rapidly develop a fitness app as part of Phoenix Startup Weekend, and ended up winning the people’s choice and best presentation!
-Matt Clower, iOS developer