Muse Jam: Preparing Assets for Adobe Muse

Muse Jam: Preparing Assets for Adobe Muse,
Recorded May 7, 2015 The Muse application allows you to import a wide variety of raster file types -- psd, png, gif, jpg -- but how do you know which format is best to use? What about optimizing for both standard and HiDPI browsers, or importing resolution-independent vector content by way of .svg? In this session we'll discuss when to apply specific file formats and export options so that your Muse site both looks terrific and loads quickly across a variety of browsers and devices.
 

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Upcoming December 14, 2016

Are you an Adobe Muse power user, or do you want to become one? Join Adobe Muse Principal Product Manager Dani Beaumont for the last Jam Session of the year as she shows off the top power user tips and tricks with responsive design in Adobe Muse. After the presentation we'll open the floor to any questions you might have with the application.
Muse Jam: Fake It Till You Make It with Pivotal Labs

Recorded November 30, 2015

Join Principal Product Manager Dani Beaumont and her guests from Pivotal Labs as they share how they implement User Experience Design using Adobe Muse. Aaron and Leslie will show you how, when, and why they create a website mock-up using Muse. After the discussion we'll open the floor up to any questions you might have with the tool.
Muse Jam: What's New in Muse (Fall 2016)

Recorded November 9, 2015

Join Dani Beaumont, Adobe Muse Principal Product Manager, as she gives you a sneak peek at Adobe Muse features and improvements announced at Adobe MAX including Adobe Animate CC integration, reCAPTCHA 2 spam support, and support for breakpoints in the Library panel. After the session we'll open the floor to any questions you might have with the tool.

Muse Jam: Design with Beautiful Typography

Recorded September 21, 2016

In this week’s session we'll take a look at how you can create beautiful, sophisticated text for your responsive websites using Adobe Muse. You'll see how easy it is to choose from thousands of fonts from the Adobe Typekit library as well as self hosted fonts from vendors like Monotype and Fonts.com. We'll cover when to use web fonts, web-safe fonts, and system fonts, and how to apply typographical styles just as you'd expect when designing for print. After the presentation we'll open the floor to any questions you might have with the application.