updated 08:45 am EST, Thu November 14, 2013
Adobe Muse CC now includes community design exchange, social media integration
Adobe has announced an update for Adobe Muse CC, its software that allows users to create HTML websites without writing code. Designers can now access the new Adobe Muse Exchange, which provides a space to download over 100 design elements that have been submitted by the Adobe Muse community. These elements include starter templates, prototyping tools, interactive widgets and more. Additionally, users can collect reusable design elements, such as icons, buttons, headers and footers, and more using the new Library panel.
They can then be shared with teams and other designers. Social media can now be easily connected to a project site, featuring a dozen new drag-and-drop social widgets. The update to Muse CC is available to Creative Cloud members now, and can be installed through Adobe Muse. For those who are not currently Creative Cloud members, new users can sign up for a free membership and access 30-day trials of every Adobe creative desktop application.
Zepp Labs shipping app-powered multi-sport sensor
Zepp Labs, a sports sensor technology company, has announced the availability of its app-powered multi-sport sensor and dedicated apps for baseball, golf and tennis. Capturing performance data for each sport by combining a small streamlined sensor, sport-specific mounts and mobile applications, the Zepp Sensor and mounts are designed to be lightweight and non-intrusive. Zepp Baseball, Zepp Golf, and Zepp Tennis all gather data from one's sport activity, and submit the feedback to the user's iPhone or Android device. Each new Zepp training system is priced at $150 and now available on the company's website, with availability in Apple Stores beginning November 19, and at Verizon Stores starting November 21.