Adobe Muse Level 1 2017-01-24T16:40:04+00:00

Adobe Muse Level 1

Hands-on professional Muse training in Chicago, online or at your location.

Length: 2 Days
$1095 with Free Retakes for 8 Months

*We schedule this class by demand for groups of 3 or more students;  This class is also available as a custom One-on-One, or as an custom onsite training.

Taught by an Adobe Certified Instructor. Official Adobe Certificate upon class completion.

You may take this Adobe Authorized class live in Chicago or online. Class size limited to 10 students or less, free retakes for 8 months for classes on our published schedule.

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Prerequisites:

Attendees must have solid computer skills.

Adobe Muse Level 1

Adobe Muse BeginnerAdobe Muse is for those new to web design that want to build websites without learning HTML and CSS. Muse is a great tool for small to medium sized web projects for those that have no web experience. Muse enables you to build a website using familiar knowledge from InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. You will learn to use Master pages, incorporate images, set up navigation, and publish your website in this 2 day class.

  • How Muse differs from Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Creating drag and drop websites without writing code
  • How Muse is similar to InDesign and the Creative Suite applications
  • Understanding the Adobe Muse website development workflow
  • Starting with a Site File and how this is similar to starting with Adobe InDesign files
  • Understanding the differences between Fixed and Fluid Widths
  • How margins in Muse are similar to margins in InDesign
  • Utilizing the Muse Plan view to add and organize your web pages
  • Taking advantage of the flexibility of adding pages down the line
  • Applying the default master page to the entire website
  • Adding navigation to the Header and Footer
  • Using Page Guides to define the size of the Header and Footer
  • Understanding the difference between RGB and CMYK
  • Working with “Web Safe” colors
  • Ensuring images are 72ppi, or “Low Resolution” for fast downloads
  • How Muse automatically adjusts placed images to 72ppi
  • Copying and pasting .GIF, .JPG, .PNG or Photoshop (PSD) files directly into Muse
  • What file format is the best choice for each image
  • Adding color and a background image to your master page
  • Ensuring a background image is the proper size for your site
  • Using the Muse Control Panel and similarities between other Adobe applications
  • Creating 100% width content that stretch to the width of the browser window
  • Understanding that navigation is one of the foundations of your site
  • Making sure your planned website and navigation are consistent
  • Adding Global Navigation by dragging and dropping
  • Adding internal and external links
  • Changing the appearance of links with Edit Link Styles
  • Adding buttons with different appearances, and working with Rollover buttons
  • Typing or pasting text in Muse and understanding formatting options
  • Working with Column Guides
  • Using Web Safe Fonts to ensure a consistent user experience
  • How fonts are measured differently for web (pixels) instead of points as in print applications
  • What is CSS and how Muse automatically utilizes these styles
  • Tips on adding text that is “Google Friendly”
  • Adding Pin Content so a button can float above the rest of the page
  • Using the Link Anchor button to jump from one area on a page to another
  • Adding slideshows and maps to your site
  • Deciding on a host: Whether you are using Adobe Business Catalyst or another host
  • Choosing and obtaining your URL
  • If using a non-Adobe host, learn how to export your HTML and upload it