Adobe has announced availability of its Creative Cloud service for making and sharing content, along with a new Adobe Muse tool that enables designers to create websites without having to get involved with coding.
Available previously as a beta, Adobe Muse is intended to allow website creators to focus on website design instead of having to deal with the plumbing, and makes planning, designing and publishing web pages as easy as creating layouts for print, the firm said.
Users can preview and test a website within Adobe Muse or stand up a temporary site, allowing commercial developers to share the URL with clients.
Adobe offers a hosting service as part of the annual subscription, but users can opt to use any available web hosting provider.
Adobe Muse is offered on a subscription basis of £11.11 per month with an annual subscription plan, or £15.08 per month for a month-by-month subscription. Alternatively, it is also available as part of Adobe's Creative Cloud.
It is designed to be accessed in conjunction with Adobe's Creative Suite 6 software applications, as well as the six Adobe Touch Apps the firm has developed for Apple's iPad and Android tablet devices.
Also offered as a subscription service, it provides storage and sharing of content across desktop, mobile devices and the cloud, integrated website publishing and hosting, and access to download and install all Creative Suite 6 applications, including Adobe Muse.
Creative Cloud membership for individuals is £38.11 per month based on annual membership or £57.17 per month with month-by-month membership. A Student and Teacher Edition of Adobe Creative Cloud is also available for £18.26 per month based on annual membership.
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