That’s a statement, not a question. In redesigning my website, I decided that I really didn’t want to dive back into html, css and all the other stuff that web people use to create web sites. I remembered reading InDesign could create web pages and I looked into that. That option turned out to be a non-starter, but I did discover Adobe Muse and that looked like the answer to my problem. I am an Adobe addict, so downloading another Adobe product to my computer didn’t cost me anything. A few weeks ago, I downloaded Muse and spent a few hours with basic tutorials.
Well, I got two surprises after working with Muse for a week. One, I was surprised how easy it was to use because I have been using Photoshop, InDesign and Dreamweaver when I am creating my folios. I was happy with this new product.
The second surprise that week was Adobe announcing it was ending support for Muse. Many fora users were decidedly upset with Adobe for announcing the end of a product. I was disappointed, but after spending a long time in IT, I know that products do have finite lives.
There are always a few years between a product’s announced end of life and its end of support. I will use Muse until the support ends and then I will have to learn some new software.
That’s just the way the world is.
Windows and Doors in Charleston, South Carolina were photographed when we were out stretching our legs after a day long drive to this wonderful southern city. Art is all around us if we watch for it. Right now, this photograph is looking for a project to belong to. I have to find it a home so it can be with some friends.