New code-free website design
Posted 22 February 2012
Where art meets web design, Adobe has recently launched a beta version of the Muse web design feature, which is available to download free of charge. It is ideal for many people wanting to create a website as it does not include complicated codes, which can sometimes be tricky to understand unless you are a professional.
The software is also aimed at trained web designers, helping to make their lives easier so that they can create designs at a much quicker speed and worry more about the content and other factors to make it a success for the client. Muse also helps with interaction because there are various tools to create navigation, HTML and widgets, as well as many other useful features. The free beta version is available to download now and there are various tutorials and information links to check out in order to get to grips with the new software in no time.
The websites created are still in HTML coding, but you get to work on the design from a more visual perspective rather than coding, which can take a while. This is ideal as it allows designers to be more creative and less restrictive with their ideas. The software is very easy to use and has a range of different tools to make use of. The drag and drop feature is particularly practical as it allows for easy manoeuvre of text, images and so on. Muse helps to customise various templates that are provided in order to create a unique design with a professional look. This should give the site every chance of being a success.