I will never again base anything I do on Adobe because you have just told us loud and clear you cannot be trusted. I am glad there are so many other platforms for our creative needs today. This isn’t how you handle a situation like this and going forward I will not put my professional eggs in adobes basket. We really deserve answers as to why this happened in the first place (and "because: shareholders" is not good enough for us), and I think it would behoove Adobe to have an open forum where CC members can voice concerns and get real, actual answers.

Yes, gone. I was as upset as you a week ago ,till I came across a folder today which I created a month ago when that I tried to mess around Adobe XD. With Postcards you can create and edit email templates online without any coding skills! That's....kind of the point of All Apps. Create and publish professional websites that look great on desktop and mobile browsers, using a free-form canvas and layout tools, without writing any code. Many comments shared discussed their competitive products who have features you want. Of course, this won’t happen overnight so no one will be caught by surprise. I myself build my own websites - not for other clients as I like to know how it all hangs together and interacts. Gee, after a bad year of falling stock prices Adobe has killed off a product allowing its established user base to suck air all the while increasing Adobe Cloud prices. It also works in tandem with ESKO tools, etc., for a managed solution. Doru is an old BMW lover with a big heart. You’ll pay between $49 and $149 for a year of updates. However, given that Adobe couldn't care less, I'd like to know that, when lovely Muse is discontinued, do I still have to pay the subscription if I use it? Basically, Webflow is Muse in another universe. Create an amazing static website in minutes and export ready-to-use template. My posts here are based on the many discussions I have had with the team previous to the announcement. it is worth trying!! I will be exploring options and terminating my Adobe membership shortly after. Yes, you can! I have to step in and 'defend' Illustrator. Feels like being dumped and I'm sad. Big companies can’t please everyone all of the time, but they can surely p*** a lot of them off all at once when they make a decision that affects livelihoods … and that’s what I’m saying they need to realise.
I luckily, if you can say that, have only one client using Business Catalyst and they are going to be pissed. Agreed and IF Spark is to replace MUSE then Adobe sure did a bang up job of informing their MUSE users that that was indeed the plan. What a load of crap! Sure, we can look at Webflow or other products, but in most cases, that's doubling what many of us pay for All Apps. I completely get what you say, and I thank you for using Adobe Muse. They've killed so many products (Fireworks in particular), and while doing so, have not incorporated the strong points of those products into their own faulty programs. EverWeb is the perfect replacement for Adobe Muse since you get many of the same features (and a few more!). And like someone else said who's to say the same thing wont happen to XD in the next few year. If you are saying that it won't be revisited then I will be cancelling my monthly subscription to all Adobe products and I'm sure I'm not alone.

Too much of a different system to get to grips with. What happened? I have to say that it seems a little bit quicker on refresh of icons/thumbnails... and it makes the file size smaller. The more I think about what Adobe has done to me and my business, the more furious I become. Obviously you have nothing to do with this decision, so I recommend that you get someone on this thread that can explain a little more why they would do something like this. But face it Adobe doesn't care, I am in the middle of building some new sites with Muse. E-Commerce features built in with our robust PayPal Widget. Stock Photos library with over 500,000 free to use images. Sounds like it. Bigger corporations than Adobe have gone by the way side as a result of a trigger happy cowboy at the top.

What if InDesign just goes away? Why will Adobe discontinue Adobe Muse? take breathe, you have time to find out how big is the impact to evolve and whether you might find this might be a benefit rather than a loss. A perfect tool to create website or prototype projects. Adobe created this mess, not its loyal paying customers - why are the 'solutions' up to us to create? Really, "low down" is putting it mildly. A perfect tool to create Bootstrap website. Muse is the most useful app you have. I just opened Dreamweaver for the very first time, and in just 5 minutes, I know it's not for me.

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To meet that challenge they are making significant investment in this effort. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. You may be more naive then I believe you are. You wouldn’t be surprised if Adobe ditched a product and offered three products to do what that ONE product did, right? However, that's happening anyway where hosting platforms are providing those services. News Doru Ciobanu • March 28, 2018 • 4 minutes READ . Be kind and respectful, give credit to the original source of content, and search for duplicates before posting. Over there, are you listening to me?I think you have to take a close look to stopping support of the Muse project.We have spent a lot of time learning how to use Muse, we have created a large number of customers with websites through Mouse, and we continue.If you respect your customers, you should think again.Muse is not Flash to have security issues or its works not supported by browsers. © 2020 RAGE Software. This business practice of releasing a product, getting people to build a business around, and then pulling the rug out from underneath them completely screwing their business, is not right, it is not ethical, and it must not stand. I hope you reverse this decision. They conveyed to me the transition to the new approach will not be as difficult for developers. You hook us in to use your product (I'm a graphic designer, so this was perfect for me) and now it is gone. Those interested about the Spark alternative can go to the following to learn more:  https://spark.adobe.com/make/websites/. I use Muse as much as Illustrator and Photoshop - and have spent a ridiculous amount of time learning this product. I won't be renewing when up end of year, good luck with your endeavours. and on top u have direct testing on your phone and sharing  with clients !

CC InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop are lumbering beasts.
CC has prelim description now. I'm going to have to change all my sites away from the Muse platform, which means extra hours and more work that I can't really deal with. I will be interested to know what Adobe is working on to fill the void, though it doesn't sound like it will be anything like Muse and will be too complicated for my use. The real reason is that you are money grabbing bastards and as Muse probably doesn’t make you obscene amounts of money, you’d prefer to Judas you loyal paying customers, rather than continue your efforts and support us Musers. So basically, if you want to build a website that is somewhere between “complex” and “not at all complex,” and it’s not a portfolio that you “should” keep it in Adobe’s proprietary garden, then you should wait for Spark’s multi-page functionality. While it’s a little more complicated than the first two options, Pinegrow will grow on you in time. Adobe will be losing all of my business at this point.

Now viewing . Report. What I just don't get is why web development is so stunted in options? Interesting response. But tucking your tails and leaving the game, just when more and more pre packaged clunky site builders crowd the market--makes no sense.

From now on, I’m just going to wireframe the site and provide the content … farm out the work so that others have the headaches (and responsibility of keeping my sites current).