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    Talking Muse and web design


    I'm new in web design, and i'm thinking of using adobe muse as web creation. I've made my own site with it : [EDIT: link moved to URL box by TheGAME1264]

    What do you think of this program and of my site ?

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    Last edited by TheGAME1264; Dec 10th, 2013 at 07:57 AM.


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    ouch... I don't know if it is you or the tool (Muse) that you used but the site has a very old look and feel to it. I just took a minute to look up Muse and it looks more like a drag and drop editor, in which case are never good, though I started out using Geocities Drag in drop online web builder and my sites looked very similar to what you have going for you currently, the only difference is back when I started out it didn't seem so bad since it match all of the other crappy websites out there lol, now web design is so much better, this just looks outdated.

    - The color scheme needs to change
    - The over beveled and overshadowed buttons need work

    Actually I could go on and on but it just a complete mess, and I really don't mean to be harsh. We all start out somewhere and a lot of us started in the same boat.

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