I would stick to using Photoshop.
Fireworks is fine, but not necessarily better, and since you already said you are a bit better using photoshop, that’s what I would use
Regarding illustrator: No need to design a website in vector graphics, since you dont have the same demands for scaling, as you often do in the print world (logo etc.)
A book’s category would be awesome for me!
Can you please link to the Envato logo wiki, where it states it’s okay to submit a simple livetrace of a simple object, color it, add a standard font and submit it as a logo?
Because a logo just like this has been accepted.
Im just curious.
Sorry for my rude comment.
I guess it was written because I was so disappointed of Envato.
Hope they will tweak the logo category, and not let it run out of hands.
I dont know where to start.
This is such a joke.
I’m gonna stop promoting Envato like this great company they once were.
[removed, please refrain from swearing on the forums – harvey]
I wont waste my time being an author anymore.
It’s right here! Come get it!
Just kiddin’ – Hope it will be fixed soon for you
I just made my first sale in the 70% commission week
I never knew that a user sees the markup and actually not design. Come on guys! Good markup is good if you are going to edit the template by hand, it’s a must. However, sites built with Muse will be edited with Muse. It works, it produces over the average sites. They are not quite good, but they work and they are over the average.
You have TOTALLY missed the point about why it’s so damn important to produce great looking semantic code.
So. If you need a guy to repair you car, would you then like him to use ducktape and glue to fix the engine? Come on? No problem.. No ordinary person should look at the engine anyways? right? And it’s working? right?
See the problem?
Congratulations to adobe for taking webdesign and development back to the 90’s again.
This adobe.muse is the biggest joke ever.
I mean? Just look at the damn source code?
Furthermore. People who cant create website’s without hanging on to a WYSIWYG editor, should NOT call them self designers/developers.
It’s like fixing a car with glue or ducktape, and then go around calling yourself the best mechanics in town.
When a client ask’s me in the future “but can i not just design and code i myself with an app like Muse? Why do i have to pay you 2000-3500$ for a website?” Then it would take me no more than 30 seconds to explain why.
Really.. Muse is like selling logo’s as stock files. It’s not a logo, nor is it a website if it’s made in a WYSIWYG editor.
But have fun with it.