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Building a Responsive Single Page Website in Adobe Muse

by Mario Duilio Macari

Adobe Muse makes creating responsive websites a simple task with no coding and a "what you see is what you get" interface. This course will help you get up and running with Adobe Muse.

What you'll learn

Creating a mobile website for your company or product is important since the majority of people now view the web from mobile devices. In this course, Building a Responsive Single Page Website in Adobe Muse, you will build an entire single-page responsive website for a fictitious company and place it on a server. You will start with a look at the differences between responsive design, adaptive design, and mobile-first design. You will then get to use Adobe Muse for responsive site creation, including creating breakpoints for a mobile device and a desktop device and creating a typographic logo using fonts from Adobe. You'll also get to export the site in HTML using the built-in file transfer protocol to upload your site to your own hosting service. By the end of this course, you'll be better prepared to create a responsive site using Adobe Muse.

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Course Overview
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About the author

Mario Macari has spent more than ten plus years as a coder specializing in HTML5, CSS3, Javascript and other client and server side languages. He is also an award-winning artist and holds a BFA in Illustration. He has worked on projects for companies like Disney, Apple Computers, Microsoft and DC Comics. He currently teaches coding, design, UX/UI and Adobe products at two Southeastern Wisconsin colleges. Mario Macari has an "A+" rating with the Better Business Bureau.

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