Course info
Apr 22, 2016
1h 42m

Nowadays, an app's functionality and design both need to be adapted for mobile phones. This course, Muse CC Adaptive Layouts, will show you how to create a unique mobile layout for a website built with Muse CC. Along the way you'll be taught best practices and common techniques used to create a successful layout. First, you'll learn how to copy elements from a desktop layout. Next, you'll discover how to add widgets for interactive elements. Finally, you'll learn how to test and publish your site to the web. By the end of this course, you'll be able to use Muse CC to create well-designed and functional mobile apps. Software required: Muse CC.

About the author
About the author

Matthew Pizzi is an Adobe Certified instructor with over 15 years of experience teaching Adobe applications.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

In this course, we're going to talk about how we can create unique layouts for mobile devices. We'll talk about mobile design, usability, and design best practices. We'll also review how we can create unique phone layouts, whether that be out of the gate when creating a new Muse site, or how you can add a phone layout to an existing desktop site. We're going to focus on how we can create interactive mobile content using the available widgets within Muse. We'll talk about the accordion widget, the slideshow widget, and also some of the different social and form widgets as well. We'll review how we can use paragraph styles effectively to increase your productivity when working on mobile layouts. We'll then wrap up the course by talking about how we can test our mobile layouts and how we can go about publishing them.