Keynoteuser.com, a Web site for fans of Apple’s new presentation software Keynote, has gone “Pro.” The site today posted its first professional-grade Keynote theme, called “lowercase.”
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Like iMovie and iDVD, Keynote is generating a cottage industry of independent theme creation — these add-ons can be added on to the original software to provide users with a new visual theme to add some sparkle to their presentations.
“Lowercase” sports two colors and three different shade variations in each color. The theme also includes extra slide layouts, large and custom photo cut-outs, seven pages of objects you can use, a sample file/design guide. PDF versions of the objects, and PDF versions of the bullets. Both colors come in 800 x 600 and 1024 x 768 resolutions. You can even order custom sizes or layouts if you wish.
Keynoteuser.com is selling the new “blue” layout for US$14 as an introductory price; they’ll cost $20 for both, once “orange” ships (and folks who buy blue now get orange ad a discount later).
Keynoteuser.com also has a number of free Keynote themes you can download, along with links, news, tutorials, tips and other Keynote-related content.