Last week I talked a little about Adobe’s latest creation: Muse. With tons of controversy circling this web design-simplifying software, it’s no wonder Muse is the focus of so many web designers’ attention.
To summarize Muse in just a few lines, I would have to say it takes much of the coding out of web design, lending itself to a very visual GUI interface. The layout is similar to InDesign with a few of the same tools, giving it a much more intuitive feel than traditional web design software. Plus many of the features are added to avoid touching text, almost to the point of obsession. It’s been touted as a replacement for iWeb, but how does it really weigh in?