Adobe Muse CC is one of Adobe’s website building software (the other one is called Dreamweaver). Though seemingly similar to Adobe Dreamweaver, it is less complicated and requires little to no coding knowledge. We compiled Adobe Muse CC reviews from around the web and found that Adobe Muse CC has mixed ratings. We also compared the most popular pricing options for small business owners.
Adobe Muse CC Customer Reviews
Ease of Use: Fair
Customer Service: Good
Summary of Adobe Muse CC Reviews
What Adobe Muse CC does well:
Users who gave Adobe Muse CC a positive review liked that no coding knowledge is necessary to build a simple website with the software.
What Adobe Muse CC does not do well:
Users who gave Adobe Muse CC a negative review wished that the code it generated for the design was cleaner and that the websites it generated were more universally responsive.
Most Helpful Positive User Review
A positive reviewer from the site G2 Crowd said that Muse is perfect for graphic designers who need to design a web page with limited or no coding knowledge. He said that Adobe Muse does what it’s meant to fairly well as users can design a web page using a graphic-oriented approach, piece by piece, then export it as HTML.
Most Helpful Negative User Review
A reviewer from G2 Crowd said that Muse does a great job of designing websites, but at a cost — a very hefty amount of code. She said it’s not efficient. Also, to make the website mobile friendly she has to create breakpoints which just triples the amount of code the final file will have. She said this makes troubleshooting more difficult.
Other Adobe Muse CC Reviews From Users Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful Adobe Muse CC reviews from customers. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
|*Average rating as of date article was written: Sep 13, 2017|
Adobe Muse CC Pricing
Adobe Muse CC has Individual and Business/Teams plans that are most suitable for small businesses, with pricing that ranges from $179.88 to $359.88 per year (per license). The main differences between the plans is the higher cloud storage and the collaboration feature that comes with the Business/Teams plan.
|Collaboration Across Licenses|
Annual plans can be paid monthly or upfront at the start of the subscription. Users can also purchase Adobe Muse CC bundled with the other software under the Creative Cloud. The complete suite of Adobe Creative Cloud software costs $599.88/year for individuals and $839.88/year for business/teams. Students and teachers can also get a discount of as much as 60% off the All Apps package.
There is no coding knowledge needed to be able to create web pages with Adobe Muse CC, unlike its sibling software Adobe Dreamweaver CC. Users can create web pages the same way they create layouts on Photoshop, and Muse does the rest of the coding and conversion work for them.