Building a Responsive Website with Adobe Muse CC - Part 2

Martin Perhiniak, Design Your Career

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15 Videos (1h 28m)
    • Course trailer

    • Setting up breakpoints

    • Responsive Master

    • Desktop breakpoint

    • Tablet breakpoint

    • Mobile breakpoint

    • Mobile menu

    • What is Parallax?

    • Parallax controls

    • Motion scroll effects

    • Opacity scroll effects

    • Parallax Fill effects

    • SEO improvements

    • Publishing the site

    • Conclusion


About This Class


Learn how to create a fully-functioning, trendy website in Adobe Muse CC. This course walks you through the whole process from planning to publishing. You will be able to pick up all the necessary techniques you will need to work on your own website project and get confident in working with Muse. This tool is a great addition to any creatives’ skill-set, opening up a whole new world of possibilities, clients and projects.

In Part 1 we covered the following areas:

  • Planning your website
  • Designing everything in Muse
  • Adding interactivity (links and buttons).

In Part 2 we will continue to explore the capabilities of Adobe Muse and improve our website with the following features:

  • Making the site responsive for it to look good on all screen sizes
  • Learning about parallax effects in Muse
  • Finalising and publishing the site.

19 of 19 students recommendSee All

Clear and precise actions to follow. Great detailed tutorial.
Devan V.

Always a Graphic Player

A decent overview. He presents well and covers most of the basics, and the class has a logical flow from one topic to the next. Very much tailored to total beginners, so for those already experienced in the rest of the Creative Cloud, parts of this class feel redundant or tedious, since the Muse interface will already be somewhat familiar. I wish that less time had been spent on parallax and scroll effects, and more time spent on topics of a utilitarian bent, such as more specific widget features (the widget overview in Part 1 is rather cursory), or adding a spot of CSS/HTML, or best practices for creating and managing graphic/text styles for quick load times.





Martin Perhiniak

Design Your Career

Martin is a Certified Adobe Design Master and Instructor. He has worked as a designer with companies like Disney, Warner Brothers, Cartoon Network, Sony Pictures, Mattel, and DC Comics. He is currently working in London as a designer and instructor as well as providing a range of services from live online training to consultancy work to individuals worldwide.

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