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In this course, author James Fritz shows how to create HTML-based websites with Muse—a toolset familiar to anyone who has used Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator. The course covers the design process from start to finish, from setting up web pages and populating them with graphics and text, to creating dynamic menus and adding special features such as widgets, slideshows, animations, embedded video, social media integration, and more. James also explains how to create an alternate layout for display on mobile devices, publish and update your site, and view analytics on web traffic.
Adobe Muse is an application that allows graphic designers to create web sites with critical components for small businesses without having to know any complex coding languages. Designers use Muse for creating web-friendly text that easily flows around objects and graphics. Designing sites in a visual print-like environment, creating interactive elements like buttons and links without knowing HTML or CSS, visually adjusting elements like page size without making any code level adjustments, easily creating rich interactive content like slideshows, navigation bars and light boxes, and deploying their sites directly to their own web server, or hosted services, like Adobe Business Catalyst.
Muse gives print designers an easy path to getting their designs on the web and it allows them to create visually compelling sites like these. If you're a designer Muse makes it easy to take the mockups or graphics that you've created in programs like Photoshop, Illustrator and Fireworks, and transform them into a working web site without taking outside your comfort zone.
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