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Muse: Workshop

Sat, Sun
10:00AM - 5:00PM
Nov 10 - Nov 11
1.00 CEUs,
2 Sessions

Sharon Fleischmann Aquavita Fine artist, web/print designer, corporate trainer

Are you a designer looking for a professional option of creating websites without using code? Adobe 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. Students will create master pages, with elements such as navigation bars, background colors and images, which can then be incorporated into multiple pages. How to place images directly from Photoshop and Illustrator and the seamless implementation of Adobe Typekit web fonts will be covered. Topics will include creating editable links, slideshows and widgets, and uploading completed sites with ease. Finally, we will discuss using the option of making a site responsive, so that it looks and works wonderfully on different Internet media, such as a phone and tablet.
PREREQUISITE: SWC-2271, InDesign: Basic Workshop, or equivalent.


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