Wow, this seems pretty cool. Adobe Muse is software that allows web designers to design responsive websites without using any code. Because this software is freeform, there are no templates. Depending on how you look at it, this can either be a good thing or a bad thing. It can be good with that you have complete creative control with the look of your website. On the flip side, it can also be overwhelming, especially if a user has no previous experience designing websites. Since this program is run through Adobe Creative Cloud, thousands of free fonts and images are available at your fingertips. Another benefit to using this program is all Adobe platforms and software are all connected, since it’s through Adobe Creative Cloud. I like how the websites you can create are all responsive. There’re options for creating dynamic menus, lightboxes, and rollover buttons. I can do all this in Dreamweaver, but it may be nice sometimes to create a website quickly without fussing with all the code (and all the headache that always comes along with it). This whole software is drag and drop. It’s like Wix and Weebly, but you own it and have more creative control over it. For example, if I wanted to add a form box, I can go to the widgets option, and drag and drop the box where I want it to be placed. Simple as that!