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How To Get Started With Adobe Muse CC - 10 Things Beginners Want To Know How To Do
Show: Learn Adobe Muse CC
In this episode of Adobe Creative Cloud TV, Terry White shows you how to get started with Adobe Muse CC from scratch. Design and build websites without having to write code.
Ad of the Week - Blind Barber
Blind Barber has two barberships in New York City and Los Angeles. The interactive advertisements placed in Bullett Magazine allow it to reach an audience of young, hip, urban men. This ad uses Digital Publishing Suite to allow readers to change the hair, mustache, and beard of a model, and see how the different styles change his look.
Creating a New Web Page and Adding Meta Information
Show: Learn Dreamweaver CC
This video shows you how to create web pages from scratch and add some basic descriptive meta information.
Case Study: Designing and Developing PhoneGap from the Ground Up
Come learn how the team at Pound & Grain designed and built a PhoneGap application from scratch while working with Adobe's Agency Partner Program. The application is built with jQuery Mobile, CSS3 transitions and animations, and the Parse API for storing data. In this session, Sandy Fleischer from Pound & Grain will talk about:• The reasons behind the team's technology choices• The team's design/development process for creating the application• PhoneGap's advantages and disadvantages• Tips and tricks for performance, extending PhoneGap, and making the app feel native
Ad of the Week: REI in Backpacker
REI, Recreational Equipment Incorporated, uses Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to build targeted and engaging ads into Backpacker Magazine's Gear Guide. Not only does REI reach key demographics through Backpacker's Gear Guide, but it also provides entertaining and interactive ads that delight the reader. Watch this video to see three examples of interactive ads.
Working with Frames
Show: Visual Design CS6
Everything that is placed into InDesign ends up in a frame. You can create frames from scratch, or if you "place" (import) text or images into a document, InDesign automatically creates the frame for you. We'll explore the use of frames in InDesign in this video.