If you don't have one, it is time to get a good 30 to 40 dollar voltmeter, jumper clip leads and a test light, you may also want to get a battery charger.
Start with the battery and work outward, PDC, alternator, starter. Check the black ground cables, when we say check, remove them, twist them to make certain they don't fall apart, clean until shiny and re-install. As nothing works, it is going to be simple, bad ground cable or bad battery to PDC. I'm guessing, but the "puff of smoke" was probably the last gasp from a defective cable, either red or black, but from the battery to PDC or battery to ground(s).
Just because the fuses "look" good doesn't mean they are good. As for the "puff" of smoke? Where did it come from, dashboard, ignition switch, engine compartment?