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Learning Adobe Muse by Jennifer Farley

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Working with wireframes

Now that we've set up the site structure and can see how the site flows, our next step is to use Muse's tools to draw a simple wireframe.

Muse provides several features to allow us to create wireframes. These include:

  • A rectangle tool to create graphics and text placeholders
  • Column grid for alignment of layout elements in the Design view
  • The Assets panel, which includes features to update placeholder images

For the windsurfing site, we're going to use a one-column layout with a header at the top, a main content area in the middle, and a footer at the bottom of the page. The header will include the site name with a tagline, links to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, and a navigation bar containing links to the pages on the top-level ...

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