Emily Foran and Rocky Hall designed a wedding site that features digital collages of mementos. With the freedom of Adobe® Muse™ software, they created an online experience that unfolds along with their narrative, enriched by photos and beautiful type. See the website ›
The landing page for Emily and Rocky includes a digital collage of mementos from their life together. Foran created a beautiful page by combining a broad range of textures: cork, different types of paper, and artful photo borders on the central image.
Import, arrange, and apply effects to any image you'd like — and change your mind as often you want, since Adobe Muse provides a flexible environment for experimentation.
The typographic treatment of the Emily and Rocky site mixes the web-safe typeface Century Gothic with a non-web-safe font for their navigation and hand-drawn typographic illustrations for added visual interest.
Adobe Muse makes your full font library available for use on your site, and if you select a font not available on everyone's computer, it will automatically and seamlessly convert the type to an image on publish.
Emily and Rocky's storytelling pages use a cork background image to complement the scrapbook feel of the collaged images, while their other pages use a toned-down mauve background.
Swap backgrounds or any other feature quickly and seamlessly by applying different master pages. You can duplicate, reapply, rename, and delete master pages the same way you would in Adobe InDesign® software.
Never worry about differences in your type from page to page by using paragraph styles in Adobe Muse. Define the font, color, size, leading, and more while establishing a logical pattern in your site's code. Paragraph styles can designate heading levels in your code and thus make your site especially easy for search engines to crawl.