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EDIT: Now spliced together with the audio from the presentation! (Lasts 10 minutes.)
And here’s my dissertation on which the paper was based.
Sometimes in life you have to use the wrong tool to get the job done. Recently I had to use Apple’s Keynote to make documents containing a lot of graphic artefacts. Being a presentation tool, Keynote has no concept of generating an index of its contents, but from a user’s perspective a table of contents (TOC) is pretty much essential. Here’s a hack, using AppleScript, to make one. More
The Axure tutorials are a great resource, both for learners starting out with interactive prototyping and old hands in need of reference material during bouts of amnesia. But the approach suggested for constructing a tab control, whilst being a quick method, hinders subsequent maintenance and enhancement. Here, I propose a revised approach which is cleaner, lighter, and exploits Axure’s latent power. And I follow it up with a detailed tutorial. More