Learn how to create a fully-functioning, trendy website in Adobe Muse CC. This course walks you through the whole process from planning to publishing. You will be able to follow along using the exercise files provided and pick up all the necessary techniques you will need to work on your own website projects and get confident in working with Muse. This tool is a great addition to any creatives’ skill-set, opening up a whole new world of possibilities, clients and projects.
In this course you will first establish the design of our website. In this phase we will be learning about the following important steps:
At this point we will already have a working website but we will continue to explore the capabilities of Adobe Muse and improve our website with the following features:
To make the most of this course your task is to work on your own website project. You will need to pick a subject, which could be anything from a friend’s portfolio site to an actual client’s small business website or even just a fan-page for the last movie you saw in the cinema.
Once you have your subject you should start following the steps of my process by watching the videos in this course and apply the necessary techniques to your own project. You will need Adobe Muse CC to complete this task, but luckily you can get a 30-day free trial version downloaded from Adobe's Creative Cloud website. For those who are already CC users, you just need to install Muse from the CC desktop manager.
Don’t forget to also submit your finished work to the Muse Site of the Day to get your work out there and find potential clients.
Use these files if you decide to follow along the course using the same assets from the video lessons. Make sure you only the included graphics and images for personal use as they are all copyrighted materials.
Alternatively you can work on your own website project. You will need to pick a subject, which could be anything from a friend’s portfolio site to an actual client’s small business website or even just a fan-page for the last movie you saw in the cinema.
Martin Perhiniak is a Certified Adobe Design Master and Instructor, and an incredibly talented teacher and one of the most popular author on Tuts+ Network. He has been teaching Adobe applications for several years in classrooms, online courses, seminars and shows around the World. Martin has worked as a designer with companies like Disney, Warner Brothers, Cartoon Network, Sony Pictures, Mattel, and DC Comics. He feels it his mission to share his insights of the design industry and its latest trends with beginners and creative professionals around the World.
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