Upcoming Live Events
Muse Jam: Menus, Menus, MenusPlay Recording
January 20, 2014
In this week’s session we'll take a look at how you can create beautiful, sophisticated text for your websites using Adobe Muse. You'll see how easy it is to choose from over five hundred web fonts served by the Adobe Edge Font service, plus learn when to use web fonts, web-safe fonts, and system fonts, and how to apply typographical styles just as you'd expect when designing for print. After the presentation we'll open the floor to any questions you might have with the application.
Muse Jam: Leveraging .SVG for Resolution-Independent WebsitesPlay Recording
October 23, 2014
Adobe Muse allows you to use vector graphics, created using tools such as Adobe Illustrator, in your site design by way of the new Scalable Vector Graphics (or .svg) format. Join Principal Product Manager Dani Beaumont as she takes you through a variety of .svg design options within the Muse application that enable resolution-independent, quick loading designs. After the presentation we'll open the floor to any questions you might with the application.
Muse Jam: Forms ExploredPlay Recording
August 28, 2014
Adobe Muse includes contact forms that can be completely configured and styled to match your overall Muse design, and works on any third-party hosting service with PHP capabilities. In this Muse Jam session, join Dani Beaumont as she shares tips and tricks for building out a variety of forms options including the newly released check box and reCAPTCHA features. After the presentation we'll open the floor to any questions you might with the application.
Muse Jam: Bullets and Lists, Oh My!Play Recording
August 21, 2014
In this Muse Jam session, join Dani Beaumont as she gives you in-depth instruction on how to use the new Bullets, Bullet Styles, and Glyphs panels to create customized bulleted and numbered lists. Choose from a variety of bullet styles, characters, and icons. Access full character sets, such as punctuation and math symbols. And fine tune line height and spacing using typographical controls. After the presentation we'll open the floor to any questions you might with the application.
Muse Jam: Working with Self-Hosted Web FontsPlay Recording
Join Dani Beaumont, Adobe Muse Principal Product Manager, as she shows you how easy it is to add your own self-hosted web fonts to your Adobe Muse design from font foundries like Fonts.com and services like Font Squirrel. Once added the typeface will appear in the Adobe Muse font menu and can be used while designing. When previewing or publishing the web font will be included as part of the exported Adobe Muse site that is uploaded to the hosting provider of your choice.
Muse Jam: How Did You Do ThatPlay Recording
June 12, 2014
This week let's take a look at how some amazing Adobe Muse designers have gone about building beautiful, highly interactive web sites. In this session we'll review some of the recent submissions to Muse Site of the Day and the Muse Widget Gallery. After that we'll open the floor up for any questions you might have with the tool.
Muse Jam: Embedding and Styling a Tumblr BlogPlay Recording
June 5, 2014
This week's Jam Session will focus on styling and embedding a Tumblr blog. Tumblr is a free service that is very easy for web site owners to interact with, and with a few pointers we can show you how to style the blog with the same fonts, colors and layouts as you're using in your Muse design. And if all goes well we'll give you a quick look at a Muse widget under development with one of our add-on partners to automate the process.
Muse Jam: How Did You Do That?Play Recording
April 10, 2014
This week let's take a look at how some amazing Adobe Muse designers have gone about building beautiful, highly interactive web sites. In this session we'll review some of the recent submissions to Muse Site of the Day and Adobe Muse Exchange that we'll open the floor up for any questions you might have with the tool.
Muse Jam: Designing for Mobile Devices in MusePlay Recording
February 27, 2014
Join Adobe Muse Principal Product Manager Dani Beaumont as she shows you how to create tablet and smartphone versions of your desktop site. This session includes how to set up a unique Site Plan and Master Page elements for each version, define the content and optimize it for mobile viewing, and work with touch-enabled Adobe Muse widgets in mobile layouts so that site menu navigation, slideshows, forms and more will automatically work at the touch of a finger.
Muse Jam: Integrating Blogs, Social Content and More In MusePlay Recording
January 16, 2013
Muse allows you to include data from separate services like Tumblr blogs, Wazalla shopping carts, Vimeo videos and SoundCloud sound widgets. We’ve made this process even easier with new Social Widgets in the application, and more available in Adobe Muse Exchange. Join Principal Product Manager Dani Beaumont as she shows you how you can harness this power in your own design.
Muse Jam: Well-Planned Site NavigationPlay Recording
September 29, 2013
In the world of website design a well-planned navigation system can be the most important consideration. Without good, usable navigation, viewers may get confused, not be able to find what they need, or just abandon the website entirely. In this Muse Jam session we'll share examples of well-executed navigation across desktop, tablet and smartphone layouts. After the presentation we'll open the floor to any questions you might have with the tool.
Muse Jam: Adding Edge Animate Content to MusePlay Recording
August 8, 2013
Are you working with both Edge Animate and Adobe Muse to build out interactive web sites? Join Sarah Hunt, Adobe Edge Animate Product Manager, as we share tips and tricks around creating and integrating interactive content for the web. This will also be a terrific opportunity to share with Sarah your top feature requests for the product going forward.
Muse Jam: Advanced CMS with Business CatalystPlay Recording
February 14, 2013
In this week's Jam session Christopher Kellett of museGrid.com and Dani Beaumont will break down the process of integrating dynamic data features from the Adobe Business Catalyst Content Management System (CMS) into a published Muse site. The workflow will include inserting modules into your Muse design, changing site layouts quickly and easily, and customizing the integrated design by editing global CSS style sheets. Familiarity with Muse and Business Catalyst highly recommended.
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