© MARTINA DALTON, Designer, Allovus Design
Web designers are, first and foremost, artists. It’s probably not very common for a designer to also be good at code. So, what happens when a client has budget for a web designer, but not for a programmer?
Enter Adobe Muse, a product intended for designers who want to easily and intuitively put together beautiful websites, without having to touch a line of code.
According to Adobe, their Muse product has these important features:
- Simple Site Planning
- Intuitive Design Features
- Hundreds of Fonts
- Engaging Interactivity
- Embedded HTML
- Parallax Scrolling
- Site Preview and Testing
- Many Site Hosting Options
- In-browser Editing
Research online has uncovered that this product may be great for designers who already are familiar with Adobe products, but it has a steep learning curve for those who are not. Adobe Muse contains none of the pre-designed templates that other instant web design software may have. However, if you are a designer who has experience, you may find this tool invaluable.
If you’d like to try it out, Adobe offers a free trial of this product, along with their other products here: https://creative.adobe.com/apps?trial=MUSE&promoid=JZXSX.
We found examples of web design created with Muse on Adobe’s site. Take a look!
Allovus wants to know; have you created a website using Adobe Muse? If so, we’d like to hear your thoughts on the product.