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Bold and interactive, Hover Card widgets encourage visitor engagement September 28, 2015 11:30

Cards are all the rage. Featuring bold styling and impactful images, card-inspired design dominates all Google sites, plus Pinterest, and WordPress sites. Use these cards to lead visitors to related subject matter elsewhere on your site, resize them as animated navigational buttons, or use them as interactive question and answer-upon-hover cards... you can even line up a nice grid of cards as image-based buttons that entice visitors to download files. The possibilities are endless. 


Fantastic Resource for 100% Width Video Backgrounds May 15, 2015 10:30

We stumbled upon a dreamy new resource for beautiful, royalty-free looping videos for your next Muse project... best of all, it's free.


More video tutorials for our "Tablesmith" table widget May 12, 2015 16:17 7 Comments

We continue to add video tutorials for our exciting "Tablesmith" widget, and we appreciate your patience in doing so!

This video focuses on using paragraph styles and the Styles "widgette" to control the formatting for your table data in your Muse project. So much control and functionality that it takes several widgets to do it all. 


“Tablesmith” table widget for Adobe Muse and Muse Supply Co members April 03, 2015 12:34

To date, this is THE single most exciting widget we've worked on. And we don't even know where to start telling you about it. But suffice it to say, now you can link a CSV data table and style it handsomely right in Adobe Muse... easily.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a webpage must be worth a million thousand, right?


Coming soon! (Sneak Peek) March 21, 2015 21:51

Coming soon! Here's a sneak peek at a widget we've been working on. And we'll be making it available as a bonus for All Access Members only. ;-)


Add custom radial gradients in Adobe Muse March 18, 2015 06:00

It's New Widget Wednesday* here in Chicago, where the weather is finally becoming reasonable. 

Up today is our "Radial Gradients" widget, a lightweight widget for adding all kinds of shading and highlighting and focal techniques to your photographs and images in Adobe Muse.