Dreamweaver In Action: Ten Fathoms Redesigns Yorkshire Crab Website Using Dreamweaver CC

We love discovering our customer’s use of Dreamweaver to create innovative sites and mobile apps in our Dreamweaver In Action series.

One of our favorite things to do is highlight the great work Adobe customers produce with our tools. Today, we get to show off a website redesign completed by Ten Fathoms for Yorkshire Crab, a sustainable seafood company. The client wanted a site that would appeal to higher end clients, reinforce the company’s sustainability messaging, and use high-end imagery to show off products. Paul Middleditch, founder of Ten Fathoms, used Dreamweaver CC to construct the main framework for the content-managed site and even created an image banner for the site using Adobe Edge Animate CC.

Dreamweaver In Action: Ten Fathoms redesigns Yorkshire Crab website using Dreamweaver CC

Dreamweaver In Action: Ten Fathoms redesigns Yorkshire Crab website using Dreamweaver CC

Like many web professionals, Paul describes himself as being midway between graphic designer and web developer. For that reason, he loves Live View and Code View because he can keep an eye on how a site looks, even as he’s coding. He was also able to eliminate the tedious toggling back and forth to a browser to test changes by entering values in CSS Designer and seeing the immediate effects within Dreamweaver CC.
In addition to working with his favorite web design and development tool, Creative Cloud also lets Paul experiment with other tools, including Adobe Muse CC, Edge Reflow CC, Lightroom, and even Adobe Premiere Pro CC! He says, “Having access to all of the Adobe creative tools through Adobe Creative Cloud opens up more avenues to create.”

Read more about the Yorkshire Crab project here http://adobe.ly/1hSqf6U

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