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.
Mario Macari is an award winning illustrator, animator and graphic designer that fell in love with writing code. He develops and codes for major corporations and teaches coding classes at a couple of colleges in Southeastern Wisconsin. Mario Macari holds a BFA in Illustration and certificates galore from software companies.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Mario Macari, and welcome to my course, Building a Responsive Single Page Website in Adobe Muse. I'm a graphic designer, front-end developer, freelancer, and college adjunct professor. I've been working with graphic design and websites a long, long time, and I have been creating art with computers for my entire career. In this course, we'll put together a single page responsive website using Adobe Muse. You can use Adobe Muse for your final project or for rapid prototyping to show your clients concepts interactively. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn responsive web design with the Building a Responsive Single Page Website in Adobe Muse course at Pluralsight.