The website designing industry might have had its share of progress in the past few years, but the launch of “adobe muse 1.0” is predicted to be beyond revolutionary this very year.
One of the much anticipated beta web design software in the industry, Adobe Muse 1.0 amazingly requires no coding. Now, the designers have to bring focus only on designing than loosing tracks on coding skills.
Previous Adobe Muse version held strong position against Apple iWeb’s code free site building tool when Apple dragged its support from iWeb. In fact, Adobe Muse surpassed the Apple’s supremacy distinctively.
“There are more than 700,000 beta downloads of Muse. The user feedback is incorporated with the final product release,” David Wadhwani, senior vice president, Digital Media Business, Adobe, was quoted as saying to the reporters during the launch of Adobe Muse 1.0.
Adobe Muse 1.0 software will help designers create distinct, professional, and innovative websites. The “Plan Mode” of the software helps designers with planning on developing master pages. In fact, the designers are only required to drag and drop. The rest will be taken care of by the software itself.
The early launch of the website has come as relief to many companies already pinning their hopes on to Adobe Muse 1.0. As a standalone offering, it costs US $ 14.99/month for an annual subscription while US $ 24.99 for every month subscription. And as Adobe’s Creative Cloud member, you get it for US $ 49.99/month for annual subscription. On the contrary, a discount rate of US $ 29.99 every month for CS3, CS4, CS5, and CS5.5.
It’s slightly too early to prophesize the future of the software. The debate is equally rife among professionals about possible loss of creativity with the launch of Adobe Muse 1.0.