Posted on 2014-06-18. By anonymous.
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This course reviews how to build a one-page website using Scroll Effects inside of Muse CC. We cover everything from planning the site, creating a navigation system, and building the different sections of the site.
Once you have everything in place, the course continues, to demonstrate how you can use the Scroll Effects panel to create visually compelling transitions between the sections. The site that's built in the course is based off a template provided to us by our friends, MuseGrid.com.
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