Results tagged “CSS3”

Adobe Announces Public Beta of Muse

Today Adobe unveiled the public beta of Muse (code name), software that enables graphic designers to design and publish professional, unique HTML websites without writing code or working within restrictive templates.

Leveraging the latest Web standards including HTML5 and CSS3 where browser support exists, Muse combines precise design and creative freedom with innovative frameworks for adding navigation, widgets and HTML to include advanced interactivity on a site.

Muse allows designers to plan, design and publish unique and interactive websites with:

  • Easy-to-use sitemaps, master pages, and a host of flexible, site-wide tools make it fast and intuitive to plan the website layout.
  • Similar functionality in Adobe InDesign that allows designers to combine imagery, graphics, and text with complete control, flexibility and power
  • Drag and drop customizable widgets like navigation menus. Users can add fully customizable interactive elements including slideshows, Tooltips and remote rollovers.
  • Embedded HTML code snippets from sources including Google Maps, YouTube and Facebook.
  • Ability to create Adobe-hosted trial sites for testing and review purposes. A site can be sent to clients, converted to a paid Adobe-hosted site or exported for FTP to other hosting providers.

Designers are invited to learn more about Muse by visiting where they can download the free beta (English only), see a gallery of Muse-created websites, and access instructional tutorials.

Adobe Edge Hits 50,000 Downloads in First 24 Hours

Adobe Edge, our new HTML5 web motion and interaction design tool, was released as a public preview yesterday.  In the first 24 hours, it has been downloaded more than 50,000 times — pretty, pretty good for a development tool!    Response has been great so far, from the community and the pundits, although I suppose it wouldn’t be an Adobe product launch if you didn’t get some florid commentary from the fan-bois, as John Nack notes in his post.

We also launched the Expressive Web, showcasing the features and functionality that HTML5 and CSS3 can bring to the modern web.   Look for future Edge updates as we integrate new features over the next few months, with commercial release slated for 2012.

New Design and Web blog Debuts with HTML5 Demo

Adobe Productmeisters, Lea Hickman and Paul Gubbay, have launched a new blog
- Design and Web, where they¹ll be sneaking stuff from the labs and discussing market trends in the design and web space First order of business is multiscreen authoring with CSS3 and some early work on HTML5 authoring. Shock, horror. Adobe supports HTML5, what will the conspiracy theorists move on to now?

Check our Lea and Paul¹s cool demos at:

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