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Working with Adobe Muse and Edge Animate

Posted on Mar 4, 2015 by Matthijs Clasener Last Activity on Mar 16, 2015

This lesson in Dutch was designed for the Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam.  First year Media Designers will use this online course in class (flipped the classroom). The level of this course is absolute beginner. In seven weeks time, four hours a week, students will learn the basics of webdesign with the awesome tools Muse and Edge Animate. They will make a demo site and an own site which both will be published on to Business Catalyst.
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Tables in Adobe Muse

Posted on Mar 3, 2015 by Matthijs Clasener Last Activity on Mar 3, 2015

Ever wondered how to bring a table into your awesome Adobe Muse project? That's kind of hard because Adobe Muse doesn't support that function (at this moment). So you'll need to buy a widget or find a work around. This work around will be a huge timesaver for working with tables inside of your favorite webdesign tool!
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Adobe Generation Professional: Digital Creativity, Web Design with Adobe Muse

Posted on Feb 26, 2015 by Mats Soderberg Last Activity on Feb 27, 2015

This is an introduction course to learn Adobe Muse. It´s includes basic functions in Muse such as define a site map, creating a  master page, adding images, eternal weblink,  adding video link, design and publish the website.
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Lesson Plan: Creating materials for a Music resource site

Posted on Feb 24, 2015 by Tonya Mills Last Activity on Mar 29, 2015

Your lesson plan should do the following: Integrate content from at least one of the six classes.Contains elements from out Adobe Indesign, Premiere Pro, and Muse classes.Provide instruction for your students on some aspect of principles covered in this class.Contains a section dealing what the students will learn in each program mentioned above.Encourage students to be creative.Some pointers are given as to what the student may consider doing, but, ultimately it is up to the student to decide what to do with their project.Give students resources for technical help.I've included a list of resources students could use to receive help.Give students instructions on final output/submission requirements.And I've also included an assessment and submission requirement.
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Comic Sans Criminal

Posted on Feb 22, 2015 by Colin Byers Last Activity on Feb 22, 2015

Graphic designers have a plethora of fonts at their disposal. However, time and time again I see people using fonts incorrectly. Fonts have purpose, they are part of a designer's tool kit. Wouldn't you want your font to be representative of your brand, product or business? Well, if you do, then perhaps you should check out this link, it's good for a laugh, but it's no joke.
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Create a promotional poster for a school event

Posted on Feb 21, 2015 by Jim Babbage Last Activity on Mar 28, 2015

Select an upcoming school event (Black History Month was one of my favorites) and have students work in pairs to create an event poster, using images they have created themselves, along with supplied artwork such as a guest speaker photo, school logo and promo copy about the event. Encourage students to research public domain imagery to help add more visual strength/relevance to the poster and to learn about copyright. During the creation of the poster, students should post iterations of the work on Behance, using WIP. Teachers and students can post helpful, constructive feedback during the creation process. Once the poster is finished, students should post the final work as a project, link it to the WIP and make sure that they share credit and attribution to their partner and list the external resources they used to finish the project. After the assignments are submitted, don't just grade them; invite a range of faculty and staff to view the final work and pick their top three posters. Once the result... Read More
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Build a Website Home Page with Adobe Muse

Posted on Feb 18, 2015 by Ilias Sarantopoulos Last Activity on Feb 23, 2015

Adobe Muse is a great tool for graphic designers that want to build a website without touching code. This introductory tutorial is an example of how easy and effective Muse can be. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you! URL: Build A Website Homepage with Adobe Muse CC
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Preparation for Building a Website

Posted on Feb 18, 2015 by Cindy Kilpatrick Last Activity on Mar 14, 2015

A 3-5 day orientation unit during which student will become familiar with the elements of websites, identify their personal preferences related to websites, how that might differ from others’ needs and taste and use that knowledge to plan a website on a topic of personal interest.
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Ruby and Ollie's Really Useful Handbooks – Getting Started with Adobe Muse

Posted on Feb 5, 2015 by Margaret Young Last Activity on Feb 16, 2015

An easy guide to setting up a simple website for senior primary, middle school and junior secondary students. The following resources were designed so Year 5 students and their teachers were able to create the basics of a simple Muse website in a 90 minute workshop. The video was used in Flipped Classroom mode the week before the workshop. This resource consists of : * a short video introducing the basic elements of good web design * a simple lesson plan based on a 90 minute introductory workshop for Year 5 students and their teachers. * a PDF file of a series of annotated screen shots illustrating the basics of creating a simple website in Adobe Muse * a PowerPoint presentation of the PDF file.
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BOT: Global Challenge

Posted on Jan 29, 2015 by Matt Cauthron Last Activity on Feb 28, 2015

3D modeling & printing, makers, bristlebots, light painting, Makey Makey, video drones, found objects, cyber-humans, superheroes, your imagination… Draw, paint, photograph, Photoshop, design, animate, illustrate, assemble, video, sound: Create a BOT orientated artwork that transforms your ordinary life into something super-syfy, magical, universal, or down right robotic. Accept the challenge here!Create the artwork now through March 2015Submit creations by April 1, 2015 (details to follow on AE20 and AEE above). Also include a short paragraph about creativity at your schoolSelected works will be compiled as a free interactive text available on the iBook Store
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The Public Domain Project

Posted on Jan 21, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Feb 16, 2015

Literally thousands of public domain media files that you can use in whatever you like.  The Public Domain Project The Pond5 site is a little buggy and awkward but totally worth it for these amazing  resources. 
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App (any desktop platform) to verify Golden Ration

Posted on Jan 19, 2015 by Ana Laura Gomes Last Activity on Feb 3, 2015

It's a very simple app, made by Paul Trani, an Adobe Evangelist, that allow you to verify the golden ratio proportions in any screen that you are working on. The window's app floats hover your other apps. You can use it on Mac or PC, because it was made on Adobe AIR. Easy to install and use. Hope you enjoy!
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Adobe Muse Help/Reference Manuals/Guides/Cheat Sheets

Posted on Dec 11, 2014 by Mircea Lungu Last Activity on Feb 15, 2015

I have uploaded this resource which represents the PDFs of the original Muse help/reference manuals/guides/cheat sheets, for those people who needed them, but didn't know where to find them and, therefore, couldn't get them. They are PDF files that can be downloaded and used offline, anytime, without the need of an Internet connection. All these electronic documents are copyrighted to Adobe Systems Incorporated and its licensors - they have all the rights reserved. The documents are licensed for use under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 License. To view a copy of this license, please visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ The PDF files available here are: Adobe Muse Reference ("Building Your First Website"):- "adobe_muse_reference.pdf" Adobe Muse CC Cheat Sheet ("Common Keyboard Shortcuts & Edit Menu Shortcuts"):- "adobe_muse_cc_cheat_sheet.pdf"
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World Skills Graphic Design Competition

Posted on Dec 6, 2014 by Mark Gatehouse Last Activity on Dec 15, 2014

From 9 February to 20 March you can register teams to enter the World Skills Graphic Design Competition. The winner's will go on to the Global World Skills Competition  to be held in 2017. They will be coached by international renowned designers on that path. This competition is sponsored by Adobe, Ogilvy Mather Advertising, Coley Porter Bell, Ideas Foundation. It is open to any level 3 student currently studying at a UK College or Sixth Form. 
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Create your own website using Adobe Muse

Posted on Nov 30, 2014 by Petra Perz Last Activity on Nov 30, 2014

Participants will learn how to design a simple website in Muse. This will give them foundations to improve it and lead them later on to create websites for a variety of purposes.
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Easy Website Creation with Muse

Posted on Nov 27, 2014 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Dec 7, 2014

Create a simple website using Adobe Muse, the software that lets you create unique, standards-based sites without writing a single line of code! In this beginner-level session, technology educator and Adobe Education Advocate Dr. Tim Kitchen will show you how to use Adobe Muse to plan your site; build a master page; add text, images, and hyperlinks; and publish your site.  Session recording can be seen below.
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Muse-ic One Page Scrolling Site

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 by Sheri German Last Activity on Jan 18, 2015

This lesson guides the students through creating a one page site for a conservatory musician to promote his skills. The page has five sections: home/about, performances, gallery, media, contact. The lesson is meant to cover as many features of Muse as possible so that the students will feel comfortable enough to create their own portfolio sites. This lesson plan includes a 31 page guide, assets for completing the project, a completed example, and an extension exercise so that students can practice. 
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