Adobe Systems has released the new beta version of its “Muse” software, which includes the latest Web standards including HTML5 and CSS3, for graphic designers.
The tool allows users to design and publish professional-quality HTML websites without the need to write codes or work with restrictive templates. It also combines design with creative freedom with limits for adding navigation, widgets and HTML for adding advanced interactivity on a site.
“The ability to build websites as easily as laying out a page in InDesign is one of the most popular requests from our design customers. Those who have tested Muse are thrilled that something this intuitive yet powerful is now available,” Lea Hickman, vice president of Design and Web product management at Adobe, said in a statement.
Adobe is encouraging designers to go to muse page on its website, where they can learn about the new tool and also download the free beta version. The new tool includes sitemaps, master pages, and a host of flexible, site-wide tools allowing users to quick to plan the website layout.
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