In the early morning, Adobe has released a public beta of new web graphics design software dubbed as “Muse” and aimed to provide a new level of experience to web designers on, which Adobe claimed in the description of this tool that designers not have to write codes any more for designing a website or just a simple web page. According to the description, Muse codename of their beta software allows you to create websites in HTML even without knowing the HTML 5 and CSS3 standards.

Create websites as easily as you create layouts for print. You can design and publish original HTML pages to the latest web standards without writing code. Now in beta, Muse makes it a snap to produce unique, professional websites.


Adobe officially announces the public beta of the software and scheduled to launch its first complete version to the public early in 2012. Adobe has also announces its price plans, Muse will cost $15 a month or you can say that $180 a year. Along with launch of the new software Adobe also released a gallery of showcases examples, which labeled as to be designed in Muse. Adobe also announces a new feature of Muse, which allow you to host your web design of Muse on Adobe server for a fee. Currently in the beta stage, Muse is available for free download from Adobe’s Official Website, here is an important thing you have to note, you need to install Adobe Air before installing the Muse.