- Course NumberSMC-2426-A
- Dates Sep 19 - Dec 12
- Hours06:00PM - 09:00PM
- Additional Fees0.00
- Location 133/141 West 21st Street
Adobe Muse is the perfect answer for designers who want to create websites without having to know a stitch of code. Muse employs simple drag-and-drop container boxes to create layouts with text, images and interactive elements that will make creating a professional website feel familiar to print designers. The goal of this course is for each student to complete a finished, working website from the sitemap planning stage to the live upload. Students will create master pages with elements such as navigation bars, background colors and images that can be used to make universal changes to the entire website through the Muse Plan menu. We will cover how to place images directly from Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator and explore the seamless implementation of Adobe Typekit web fonts. Students will also create editable links, slideshows and widgets. These can be simply managed, and Google Maps and contact forms may be added. The option of making a site responsive to Internet media, such as a phone and tablet will also be addressed.
PREREQUISITE: SMC-1031, Digital Design Basics, or equivalent.
Sharon Fleischmann Aquavita
Fine artist, web/print designer, corporate trainer
BFA, MFA, School of Visual Arts
Evergreen Media; Home Aid, Inc.; Home Box Office; Jehan Kamal Enterprises; Kids Cuts, Inc.; Leapfrog; Manhattan Marketing; New York Post; The New York Times; New York Typographical Union; Sony; WNEW-FM
20/20 Gallery, Felitti, The Edge Lounge, Visual Arts Gallery
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