Creative Muse began as a companion website for the book, Creative Web Design with Adobe Muse, a step-by-step guide to creating websites with the visual web design application, Adobe Muse. Its main purpose was to be a source of information for potential buyers about the book’s content and a place to download the supporting files for the project site.
By the time the book was published, however, Muse had already become an integral part of the Creative Cloud ecosystem and was quickly outgrowing the content of the book.
As Muse’s popularity increased, it seemed logical to build on the content of the site, making it more of a general resource for people to find tutorials, news about the new features of the application when they are released and also as a place to find add-on ‘widgets’, which provide extensions to Muse, making web designs even more feature-rich.
Creative Muse was designed by David Asch, using Adobe Muse, of course! David can also be found in the Adobe forums where he helps out with Muse related problems in his capacity as an Adobe Community Professional (ACP).