Take a deep dive into creating a responsive website—without writing code—with this complete step-by-step walkthrough of Adobe® Muse®. You'll walk away with a solid foundation for building a responsive website and see how easy it is to create a truly unique, expressive responsive website.
Join author, speaker, and web developer Brian Wood as you create a unique responsive website from start to finish, in Adobe Muse.
In this Fundamentals class Brian will show you:
A typical web workflow, from start to finish
Best practices for setting up your fully responsive website and add pages
How to set up and work with master pages (and understand why you want to)
Adding master content like page navigation, logo, and more
How to ensure that your design content works across all screen sizes using responsive features
Best practices for adding image and graphics to your pages
How to add and style text using styles and fonts like Typekit and self-hosted
A deep dive into the powerful widgets available to you, including slideshows, adding a map, and much more
How to work smarter with your site content using CC Libraries
Add a form for collecting basic user information
Incorporate social content like a twitter follow and more
Best methods for Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
The different methods for sharing a trial site, and publishing your project for the world to see.
<span style="color: rgb(80, 0, 80);">Brian Wood is a web developer, the author of 14 books, including Adobe Muse CC Classroom in a Book and Adobe Illustrator CC 2018 Classroom in a Book. The author of numerous training titles including Muse, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator and more</span>.
This is part 2 of a 3 part course covering basics, fundamentals and some advanced properties. The three programs combined make a complete course in Adobe Muse. I am very pleased someone finally made a decent and complete course in how to use use Muse. As a photographer who has fairly simple needs for for building and maintaining a website, I needed something much less complicated than Dreamweaver. Brian Wood does an excellent job as he usually does. He is very detail oriented and he speaks technically to most operations within a program. He does work a little too hard at dumbing it down, but he is much better than those that skip over the details or those ewho don't even know the details. If you want to learn Muse, I highly recommend this course, in fact, all three parts.