Are you one of those graphic artist who excels at print designs and yet has interest on building streamlined, responsive and modern websites? Have you heard an Adobe application that the sole purpose is to cater designers who sucked at coding? Well Adobe Muse is a full on website builder, and it has you covered.
Pretty sure most of you beginners out there haven't heard this one out. It's kind of a sister of InDesign, thats because it is. Muse was from the same team who built InDesign that is why most functionalities are similar to one another. If you use InDesign before, you will be instantly familiar, because Muse shares a similarly strong features from InDesign;
- Paragraph and Character Styles
- Assets (links) Panel
- Text Controls
- Text Wrap
- Master Pages
- Smart Guides
- Similar shortcuts
- Familiar Adobe Interface
Knowing its similarity is just the beginning. There are standout features that you need to learn on Muse alone also.
Well you might be wondering there is Adobe Dreamweaver for web design and development, whats the diference? See below my plain and straightforward description my friend!
Adobe MuseIs for people who are web/print designer and want to stay as a designer but sucks at codes.
Adobe Dreamweaver - for people who are programmers and code junkies who wants the nitty-gritty.
Getting interested now? Well then, check out what Muse can do.
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The one more good thing about this is that there are dedicated vendors out there who are developing plugins, templates and widgets for Muse to help you on the way.
Adobe Muse Resources
Now get out there and design!
Really pump now to design your beast of a website? Head on to Adobe.com and take Muse for a spin.
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