Recorded September 29, 2013
In the world of website design a well-planned navigation system can be the most important consideration. Without good, usable navigation, viewers may get confused, not be able to find what they need, or just abandon the website entirely. In this Muse Jam session we'll share examples of well-executed navigation across desktop, tablet and smartphone layouts. After the presentation we'll open the floor to any questions you might have with the tool.
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.
Are you looking to integrate your Adobe Muse design with an online store? Confused about how the two solutions can work together to create a unified design? In this session we’ll look broadly at a number of eCommerce solutions that work well with Adobe Muse, then we’ll take a deep dive specifically into implementing Shopify options.
The release of Creative Cloud Libraries with Adobe Muse opens the door to organizing and sharing assets like never before. You can now seamlessly browse and reuse creative assets like colors and graphics from applications like Photoshop and Illustrator, or mobile tools that have the Creative Cloud panel. Join Dani Beaumont as she takes you through the workflow. After the presentation we'll open up the floor for any questions you might have with the tool
Join Dani Beaumont, Adobe Muse Principal Product Manager, as she builds out a Muse website combining scroll effects and responsive design. After the presentation she'll take any questions you might have with the tool.