Adobe Muse is a type of website builder software that enables you to design your website rather than develop it. It enables users to create gorgeous, responsive websites without ever having to touch a line of code. Let's take a look at what's possible in Muse, and just who this software is perfect for.
Ben Stanbury has been a MuseThemes member for three years and has used our templates and widgets for multiple projects while running his successful design company, Bright Lights Creative. His story about taking the leap from safe employment into the unknown of being self-employed might just resonate with a few of you.
Barbara Ingram has been a MuseThemes customer since the early days, finding us while moving from the print world over to web. She now runs The Paramount Group.us with her husband where they provide website / graphic design and internet marketing services to a global clientele.
A question we get quite often is “How do I put an MLS feed in my site?”. We’ll answer that question and dig into the process of adding real estate feeds to your site in our latest article.
The 2015.2 release of Adobe Muse CC marks the first major feature release since the introduction of responsive Muse in February 2016. And it is truly loaded with some big-time additions: workflow improvements, all new tools, and even the re-introduction of a popular feature missing from the last release. So let's jump in and take a look at our favorite features!
You may have been seeing a lot of buzz about our Mumblr Blog Content widget lately. After all, it has been the subject of several newsletters, has seen a widget update within two weeks of launch, and the busiest section of our new MuseThemes forum goes by the name: you guessed it - Mumblr. So what's all the commotion about? Read on, and we'll tell you.
It’s been a long 4 months since Adobe announced responsive design was coming to Adobe Muse. Our entire team has been working day and night (consuming only coffee and cookies) preparing some very exciting new things for you all. Let's take a look at new products, training, and even new pricing options.