The Ultimate Adobe Muse Resource Collection
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You may be new to Adobe Muse, but there's a busy and vibrant world of Muse content, articles, tutorials, inspiration, experts and tools already out there! This roundup will put the most useful Adobe Muse resources at your finger tips.
Before we go any further, let's introduce ourselves to some of the folk on the forefront of Adobe Muse goings on. These teachers, evangelists, designers and ambassadors are well worth following and listening to.
- @AdobeMuse on Twitter. This one's a no-brainer..
- Adobe Muse on Facebook. Again, no help needed for this one really.
- Adobe Muse CC Engineering Team blog. Learn more about Muse directly from the team who created it.
- Adobe Creative Cloud product updates blog
- Adobe Muse forum. Request features and get your questions answered here
Tip: Like the Adobe Muse Facebook page and get details of coming events, which you can join live, or catch up on via recorded sessions.
Tutorials, Articles and Educational Resources
You'll find Muse learning resources all over the interwebs, including (of course) Tuts+ and Adobe's own educational channels.
- Introduction to Adobe Muse on Tuts+
- Adobe Muse CC Essentials on Tuts+ Premium
- Creative Cloud Learn, Adobe Muse
- Adobe Muse Help
- Muse Essential Training by James Fritz
- Designing a Portfolio Website with Muse by Steve Harris
- Muse Power Workshop by Ted LoCascio
- Muse CC Fundamentals
- Muse CC Building on the Fundamentals
- Muse CC Web Design with Scroll Effects
- Keyboard shortcuts - Mac (pdf)
- Keyboard shortcuts - Windows (pdf)
Take a look at what the rest of the design community is doing with Adobe Muse.
The best place to see what's going on? The Muse Site of the Day of course!
There's no better way to understand the relevance of Adobe Muse in the industrial workplace than by seeing how others use it.
The SnoValuation website, by North Carolina's 910Zen, was built using Adobe Muse. Tuts+ caught up with designer Robert Trait to ask him about his workflow and where Adobe Muse fits in with their projects.
How They Did it: SnoValuation, Built With Adobe Muse (coming soon)
Creative Cloud Add-ons mean getting a jumpstart on site designs with downloadable starter files, new widgets, and pre-designed elements—buttons and menus—directly from the Adobe Muse Library panel. Get started.
- Muse Themes: Mega Menu Dropdown Widget
- MuseGrid: Add Google Analytics Lite
- QooQee: Muse Templates
- Adobe Photography Portfolio
You can now develop HTML widgets that are not currently available in Adobe Muse, and easily share them with others in the community in the Adobe Add-ons online marketplace. As a developer you can learn how to get started creating these widgets (known as Mucows) on this documentation page. As a designer you can install these widgets just like you would install the .mulib files from above
Note: if the widget is distributed as a .mucow file, you’ll want to bring it into Adobe Muse via the File Menu > Place command.
That's a Wrap
Adobe Muse has undergone some dramatic changes recently; UI improvements and additional features. If you weren't using it before, perhaps now's the time to change that!