Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival
Many long time web designers scoff at the idea of a WYSIWYG editor that provides no access to the HTML code. And until recently, I was not terribly impressed with that type of editor either. But this website was designed and built in a WYSIWYG no-code editor — Adobe Muse. I find the ability to create a site in HTML5 and CSS3 with a no-code WYSIWYG editor to be both amazing and inspiring.
I had the chance to try out Adobe Muse, and I am favorably impressed. The tool still has some definite drawbacks (like I couldn't find a spell-checker, and that's pretty important to me), but it gives designers who don't need or want to learn HTML or CSS code a chance to create sites directly using tools they are familiar with, and that's not a bad thing.
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Screen shot by J Kyrnin courtesy Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival