Muse Jam: The Wireframing Workflow

Muse Jam: The Wireframing Workflow,
Recorded April 21, 2016 The wireframing process is one of the most valuable parts of any web design project. A good wireframe can save you tons of time and assure you that the design you’re fleshing out will meet your client’s expectations. Because Adobe Muse takes care of generating your website code as you work, wireframes in Muse instantly become interactive prototypes and can easily evolve to a finished design. In this session we’ll take a look at best practices in the industry for building well designed wireframes that carry your brand and can be easily reused from project to project.
 

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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.

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