Adobe Updates Muse Website Creation Tool

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Muse (code name) Receives More Than 40 Enhancements; Now Available in French, German, Spanish, Swedish and Dutch

Nov. 4, 2011 — Today Adobe Systems Incorporated released an update to its Muse (code name) software with Muse Beta 4. Muse enables print and graphic designers to create and publish professional, unique HTML websites without writing code or working within restrictive templates. In response to enthusiastic user feedback worldwide, this update delivers more than 40 new enhancements, and is now available in five additional languages: French, German, Spanish, Swedish and Dutch.

“With more than 330,000 beta downloads to date, Muse continues to empower designers globally,” said Lea Hickman, vice president of Design and Web product management at Adobe. “Feedback from the design and Web communities has been instrumental in helping us shape and continue to improve Muse features. This ensures that current and new users benefit from the updated capabilities while enjoying the freedom of designing a website without writing code.”

The Muse Beta 4 enhancements include new functionality for slideshow transitions and accordion widgets, both popular requests from Muse users. French, German, Spanish, Swedish or Dutch speaking designers now have the option to use a version of Muse in their native language. A full list of new functionality, improvements and fixes can be found on the Muse website at http://muse.adobe.com/beta4.

“Muse delivers what it promises. I now feel confident building websites for clients and feel like I could actually sell them. It is the proverbial ‘piece of cake,”” said Nick Mosley, director at Sharp Media Ltd.
Designers who are already using Muse will be prompted to update to Beta 4 next time they open the application and to select the language of their choice. For new users interested in downloading Beta 4 or viewing a gallery of Muse-created websites and instructional tutorials, visit http://muse.adobe.com. To provide feedback and ask the Adobe Muse team questions, please visit http://support.muse.adobe.com.

SOURCE Adobe Systems Incorporated

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