What we want to see in the next Adobe Muse

I have to say that sitting down to write this I instantly started to feel like a whiner. After all, it was only a few years ago that creating a web page or web site meant lots of fun-fun coding (yes, snarky sarcasm intended). Then Muse came along and created a whole new category of application, a design based web creation tool. Granted, it was not the first to sort-kinda be in this niche. But Muse really was the first to do it right.

A couple of years ago, Muse was a rather simple program, showing great promise, but needing a lot of development. As with most of their tools, Adobe is proving to be a really good parent to Muse. It has been giving it thoughtful and consistent development. So we have seen Muse begin to mature into a more capable tool in rather a short amount of time.

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