A new Brilliant title covering the widely-anticipated release of Adobe Muse, the new web-page creation & design tool for graphic designers who don't want to learn coding, for the Adobe Creative Suite. * It simplifies the process of producing a website * Allows users to turn their mocked-up website into an actual website without handing it over to web developers * Perfect for graphic designers who also just work with printed product -- they don't need to learn the HTML coding to produce the work It allows users to design a website using the familiar Adobe tool set, for example setting the backgrounds, headers, footers with "what you see is what you get" menus, like a template. Any code that powers the site sits quietly behind the scenes and they can test to see how their work looks by loading it into a browser. Muse is predominantly for graphic designers who want to create websites without having to code. A common scenario is that a graphic designer will create what they want the website to look like using Photoshop and then pass this file onto web developers who will then try and match the content as closely as possible by using code.
Muse therefore hopes to eliminate this coding stage for users whose sites don't need lots of dynamic content and who want to lay out and produce their site with one tool. Brilliantguides allow you to find the info you need quickly, easily and without fuss. It guides you through all the tasks using a highly visual, step-by-step approach -- providing exactly what you need to know when you need it.