Muse transports the page-layout paradigm to the Web intact and offers features that make it an exciting new tool for creating sophisticated, interactive sites.
Muse is a freeform interactive Web authoring tool targeted to print-oriented designers.
Quark acquisition seeks to bolster its position in dynamic and digital publishing.
Hype can create animations for existing sites, but you can also use it to build standalone, visually-oriented websites.
Aquafadas has unveiled MotionComposer, a new program that lets developers more easily create website animations that can run simultaneously on both Flash-oriented desktop browsers and iOS devices that run HTML5.
Karelia Software Sandvox 2.1.6 helps beginning designers create feature-rich, template-based websites.
While you shouldn't expect Adobe Edge to replace its Flash standard anytime soon, it will act as a gateway for the company to start using HTML5.
Adobe's new motion and interaction design tool, now in pre-beta, is available as a free preview on Adobe Labs.
After you've finished scanning your art, you need to prepare it for the print run. Adam Berenstain continues his step-by-step account of comic book creation.
Always wanted to create a comic book or graphic novel? In the first of a two-part series, Adam Berenstain walks you through the steps of scanning and cleaning up your artwork for print.