The Library panel in Muse offers a convenient way to store and manage common page elements. Learn how to easily save and share re-usable design elements between projects in Muse, various machines, and with other team members. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
The Muse Exchange is a resource for extending the capabilities of Muse. Expand your knowledge and gain inspiration by viewing, downloading, and sharing a great variety of Library items created by other Muse users. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
A navigation system consists of menus and submenus that help your users to navigate your site. In this video, instructor Matthew Pizzi show how to use the Menu widget to automatically create a navigation system that lets you make changes quickly and easily. Watch as he shows how to set up top-level menus, submenus, and even remove pages from the navigation system. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
Linking is a fundamental building block of web design. In this video, Matthew Pizzi shows you how to create hyperlinks that link content from page-to-page, link to external websites, as well as hyperlinks that open a new message window in your user's email client application. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
Importing animated content is identical to importing images in Muse. In this video, instructor Matthew Pizzi shows how to integrate Flash content and HTML 5-compliant Edge animations to create engaging websites. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
Headers and footers are common structural elements in web pages. Matthew Pizzi shows how to create headers and footers to promote a consistent look throughout your site in Muse. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
Planning the site architecture is the first step in web design. Matthew Pizzi shows how to set up a site map with top-level and child pages, how to order pages, and other tips. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
Optimizing images will make your site more useable, because it will load faster. Matthew Pizzi reviews how to compress and optimize images for your Muse projects. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
Interactivity can promote a site's usability when used judiciously. Matthew Pizzi shows how interactive elements can make your site more engaging to users. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
A common technique is to design for the mobile platform first, followed by the tablet or desktop versions. Doing so, allows you to focus on the most important aspects of the content and design, which can then be expanded to fit the tablet and desktop web layouts. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
In the November 2013 release, many of the slideshow widgets have a full-screen option built-in. This gives you new and interesting ways to design your pages. Watch as instructor Matthew Pizzi shows how to create a full-screen slideshow in Muse. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
Adding social media is greatly simplified in the November 2013 release. Instructor Matthew Pizzi shows how to use the new Social widgets to add power and functionality to your websites without a lot of work from your side. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
Instructor Matthew Pizzi reviews some of the new enhancements to scroll effects. Add visual interest to your sites when scrolling by using various easy techniques such as opacity changes. Watch how the new scroll effects may be used to control how a slideshow plays. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
A Master Page allows you to apply common elements like headers, footers, logos, and navigation to multiple pages in your site. You can use one Master Page for your site or set up multiple Master Pages so that you can quickly and consistently apply unique styles to different sections of your site. You'll learn how to work efficiently by using Master Pages in this video. Excerpted from Train Simple's Adobe Muse Tutorial
Product Version: CC
Aug 09, 2013
Muse, Pages, Train Simple, master pages, new pages
Paths are the foundation of drawing shapes and objects in Illustrator. As you draw, you create a line called a path which is made up of one or more straight or curved segments that can be manipulated with great precision. In this video, you'll learn the basics of creating paths and gain a better understanding of the different types of paths and their components. Excerpted from Train Simple's Illustrator Tutorials
The Control Panel is command central for managing many options and properties for a selected object. Learn how to edit your artwork conveniently and precisely with this feature. Excerpted from Train Simple's Illustrator Tutorials
Product Version: CC
Aug 09, 2013
Control Panel, Illustrator, Properties, Train Simple, options
Every shape or line you draw in Illustrator has its fill and stroke properties. This video gives you useful tips for coloring your artwork with Fill and Stroke attributes. Excerpted from Train Simple's Illustrator Tutorials
Learn how to export your Flash Professional animation as a sprite sheet, which you can use in a mobile app with many popular gaming engines and frameworks such as Starling, Cocos 2D, EaselJS, etc. Taken from Train Simple's Flash Training