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Build and publish a complete mobile website in Adobe Muse. In this course, Steve Harris shows you how to modify a traditional desktop site's layout and content so that it displays elegantly on mobile screen sizes and responds to gestures and orientation changes. First, you'll learn how to set up a new mobile site in Muse and copy over text and images. Then look at different mobile navigation strategies (tabbed panels, slideshows, and more) and decide which one is right for you—or create a totally unique system by combining existing navigation widgets. The course also shows you how to add additional content like buttons and video, and modify widgets from your desktop experience to better fit the mobile design. Plus, learn to preview, publish, and test the new mobile site.
(MUSIC). Welcome to designing a mobile website with Muse. I'm Steve Harris and thanks so much for watching this course. In this course we will build and publish a complete mobile website for our favorite graphic design firm. RED 30 creative. We'll cover some of the basics of mobile web design, and strategies you can use to structure your website for a friendly user experience. Next, we'll create a sitemap from our existing desktop website, and copy written content and images over to our new mobile version.
We'll examine popular navigation systems for mobile web sites, and how to build a unique navigation menu by combining existing widgets. We'll also rebuild or modify some of our existing widgets to better suit a handheld design. Let's get started building a mobile site with Muse.
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