As you know, Muse is shutting down soon. Adobe will cease to provide technical support for Muse on May 20, 2019.
Read the Adobe Muse Product Announcement
So what do we do now?
For now, do not panic. This is not the first time Adobe has discontinued software. The development team behind Muse was useless and failed to develop enhancements that improved the usability and functions of Muse. The code for Muse was becoming a big “spaghetti” like maze and developers were struggling to understand it.
For the moment, don’t be afraid to continue to create and develop your next projects on Muse. The last update is very stable and you still have a lot of widgets that will continue to function properly and will help you create a nice website.
” The king is dead! Long live the king! “
As of this writing, Webflow is becoming a popular platform amongst designers and developers. But Webflow is still not easy to use and is costly. If you are not experienced with it, we recommend that you continue to work with what you are comfortable with. We also recommend watching market trends for upcoming web development tools and exploring alternate solutions for your web creating needs.
And MWuse?! Surprise Motherfucka :p
We are working on a new project that will incorporate the original functions of MWuse with current web development tools. Your MWuser account will still be available and active.
Remember: You are not alone in this, we are still here to help you. Please contact us if you have any questions.