Adobe building no-code-required web building tool

John Moe Aug 15, 2011

Adobe has introduced a new web design tool that they say requires no coding. The idea is to make building a website easier for designers by cutting out or cutting down the time a new site or feature would need to spend with a software developer before going live. As it stands, a designer can dream it up but he or she then needs to hand it off to a developer to make it a reality. Right brain hands off to left brain. But this new program, which is available now in beta form and called Muse, is to let the designer own the process beginning to end.

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