Top 10 Muse Resources
TOP TEN: Adobe Muse Add-on resources.
Adobe Muse has rocketed to become one of the best web design packages in the business.
It has drawn many fantastic designers, creating beautiful templates, content rich add-ons and tutorials for novice and expert alike.
We have compiled a top ten list of Muse resources that we feel you can’t live without. Check out our list and let us know who you would have added for your top ten?
1. Adobe Add-ons: Template, Widgets and Add-ons
From the creators of Muse, the Muse Widgets has over 150 templates and widgets separated into paid and free sections. Lots of great stuff from some of the top Muse authors, you can also create an account to sell your own Muse Add-ons.
2. Muse Themes: The No.1 Source for Templates, Widgets and Add-ons
Using Muse since its launch in August 2011 these guys produce great content! The Muse Themes website is clean, crisp and very easy to navigate through. With over 140 templates and widgets, there is something for almost every project. Tons of video tutorials, a number of different payment options and even an affiliate program. We think these guys are undoubtedly trend-setters in the Muse field.
3. QooQee: Templates and Widgets
Cool name, even cooler site. With nearly 90 high-end templates and widgets including a bunch of cool freebies, QooQee has made a name for being one of the top Muse Add-on producers. The site is slick and super easy to navigate, you can buy separately and in bundles, this is one to bookmark.
4. Musegrid: Templates and Widgets
Musegrid is a very clean no-nonsense site that makes it easy to get to where you want to go. They offer over 150 templates, over 50 widgets all with a wide range of styles. Single item purchases and bundles are available. Add to this tutorials and blog articles and you’ll find the full Monty at Musegrid.
5. MuseLayers: Templates and Widgets
Extremely hip, the Muselayers website offers some excellent templates and widgets that really hit the high notes when it comes to style. Safe payment options, including bundle packages and even a “custom” section where you can get more of a personal touch if you’re so inclined.
6. Museresources: Templates, Widgets and Other Resources
A fun, easy to use website and nearly everything here is free. An excellent resource with graphics packages, a few templates and lots of widgets. Museresources gives back to the community in a big way with over 30 great video tutorials plus a page of tips-n-tricks located on the site.
7. MuseWorld: Templates and Widgets
Tons of templates, widgets, video tutorials, a blog and a very helpful resource page. The guys at MuseWorld have it all covered, throw in a bunch of different payment options and you too could become a “lifer”.
8. Musefree: Templates and Widgets
Another company that is giving back to the community. Musefree offers a lot of free layouts as both templates and item blocks that can be included into your own creation. Although the goodies are free, you can make a donation to help keep this great site going.
9. Themeforest: Templates
The big boys are finding Muse is here to stay. Envato’s Themeforest has an entire Muse section with 434 templates. While not widgets, Envato’s Codecanyon has a bunch of Edge Animate animations that can be added to a Muse site. Good medium range pricing makes Envato’s templates an affordable option.
10. 123Muse.com: We of course bring you Templates, Widgets and Resources
Yay us! we made the list too. We are, of course, the new kids on the block. We have built some of the best-known widgets and templates in the Muse niche so far (for other vendors) we did not want to blow our own trumpet first. We will be bringing you many more useful widgets, templates and resources in future editions of 123muse.