Replacement for Muse in teaching graphic design
For the past several years I have been using Muse in my introductory graphic design classes to introduce the students to basic design concepts for the web, such as designing with flexible borders and user experience. In two class days students are able to create a functioning web site, improve it, and have it critiqued. This is a very good use of their time, and some have taken it farther after the course. Now with Muse on the chopping block, I am looking for alternatives. So far I have only been able to find ones with canned design (i.e. Spark, beginning Wordpress), or ones that take too long to learn and include coding they will probably never need (i.e. Dreamweaver, Pinegrow). Are there any alternatives I have missed for my needs?