By Brian Thomas
On February 8, 2016


Big news! We’re proud to announce that responsive design is available today in Adobe Muse. Too often we see designers getting boxed into cookie-cutter layouts due to the complexity of creating unique responsive layouts. Adobe Muse now makes it easier than ever to create completely custom sites that look great on any browser or device – without coding.

This release also includes Creative Cloud Libraries, which lets you share, access and reuse assets in other Adobe Creative Cloud tools. You can find, license and manage royalty-free Adobe Stock images and vector graphics directly within Adobe Muse. Select from 45 million assets, save your selection to your Creative Cloud Libraries, and then simply drag it into your website.

We believe Adobe Muse’s intuitive, free-form approach to responsive design will help break down any barriers you experienced before. We encourage you to play, experiment, and express your creativity with these new capabilities. Don’t forget to show us what you make by submitting it for consideration as a Muse Site of the Day.

These are just a few highlights in today’s release. For a complete list of what’s new, check out our release notes. If you’re already a Creative Cloud customer, you can update Adobe Muse from the Creative Cloud desktop app. If you’re new to Adobe Muse, start your free trial today.

Brian Thomas
Muse Product Manager



  • By PeterC - 3:10 AM on February 9, 2016  

    So exciting, downloading now and watching MuseThemes videos (can’t wait for their updates too!).

  • By tom - 4:49 AM on February 9, 2016  

    Well its installed, however can’t see anyplace to convert existing MUSE websites and no help feature. So basically unless you want to start from scratch this update isn’t an update at all? Right?

    • By RonH - 5:07 AM on February 9, 2016  

      Wrong. Read the release notes.

  • By tom - 5:18 AM on February 9, 2016  

    Just re read the release notes…..nothing there I can see about converting an existing site.

  • By tom - 5:19 AM on February 9, 2016  


    Thank you Adobe!

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  • By David Yama - 8:15 PM on February 9, 2016  

    one feature I think will make adobe muse kill CMS is: “Schedule publish” which allow adobe muse update content automatically on schedule that set by designer.

  • By Joshua Brown - 10:03 PM on February 16, 2016  

    Edge Animate got killed.

    Is it likely that Muse may get killed eventually?

    I want to commit a design team to building content using Muse, but I’m scared of how easily Adobe drops non-core products.