With Adobe Muse you can create your profesional website without writing code. As learning how it works on your own may be overwhelming, we thought it was important to create a guide that covers all the steps you need to follow to design your own site.
In this first chapter you will learn the basics concepts you need know before you start designing. First of all, you have to understand the concept of responsive design. Basically, it means that your design has to adapt and look good in all devices, no matter the size and device. Your website has to look good in a 21″ screen and in a mobile phone so it is all about making decision, relocating elements and resizing.
You will get familiar with Adobe Muse layout, how to create pages, subpages and breakpoints in your workspace. Breakpoints play an important role in responsive design as it marks the exact point where your design will change, where you need to start making decisions on how the site will look once the browser or device gets smaller.
In Muse you can create fluid or fixed breakpoints. This concepts are a bit more complicated to understand but for this reason, it is important to them right and keep them in mind when you design, as your elements will react differently depending on the kind of breakpoint you are using.
Are you ready? Watch the first chapter of the course and subscribe to our channel here to learn how to design your website in Adobe Muse.