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Learn how to take simple graphics, buttons, and text and give them depth and richness with scrollable effects in Adobe Muse. Paul Trani will help you realize the possibilities of a one-page scrollable website—an increasingly popular site style that is both simple and elegant. Paul shows you how to add scrollable motion, animation, fades, blur, and navigation elements to your site with Muse's design tools. Plus, learn how to add widgets like contact forms and maps, and then test and publish your one-page site.
Welcome to Creating a One-Page Scrollable Website in Muse. I'm really excited to dive in and show you everything it can do. Because Muse is so powerful because it gives you so much flexibility. Whether it's animation, which you can see here, content sliding in and sliding out. Full control over graphics. And navigation as well. Seeing content fade in and out, adjusting blurs. All sorts of capabilities even when it comes to slide shows and forms that are so easy to implement.
So there's so much that Muse can do and Muse makes it really easy. So, let's dive right in
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