Moving on from our initial tutorial on Adobe Muse, let's now look at some extra features it offers. We'll also examine the way Adobe Muse works with other applications, such as Adobe Photoshop and Edge Animate. We'll be building on the files we created previously, so let's dive in!
Additional Features of Adobe Muse
If you're interested in using Adobe Muse for a project, you'll be happy to know that Themeforest has launched Adobe Muse Templates.
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