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Applications and Tools

Adobe Muse: Let's Build a Website Without Writing Code

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Muse is one of Adobe's Creative Cloud applications aimed at building for the web. It specifically caters for designers with a print background, or those who simply don't have experience in coding. Muse's visual interface and tools allow users to design and deploy simple, static websites - so I'm going to show you exactly how that works.

You can download Adobe Muse as a single-app membership, or with a Creative Cloud complete membership.


Introducing Adobe Muse

Alternatively, Download the video, or subscribe to Webdesigntuts+ screencasts via YouTube

If you're interested in using Adobe Muse for a project, you'll be happy to know that Themeforest has launched Adobe Muse Templates.


Useful Resources

A few sites built with Muse:

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