Muse is a great web-design program for guys like me who have very little or no coding experience. While there are lots of tutorials and help online, there are still a lot of features lacking that I wish were built in. In future releases we might get more tools in this sandbox software, as opposed to "if you can't figure it out, you can't put it in your website."
I have used Muse for several years. I enjoyed taking a brand new college class in using Muse at Columbus State Community College. Because of my familiarity with most of the Adobe products, I find the transition from editing in Photoshop or InDesign and converting to Muse very easy. This product is designed primarily for those graphic designers who do not wish to learn to code in HTML and CSS and who do not wish to use robust editors like Adobe Dreamweaver. If ease of use and quick publishing is your goal, this is the answer. There are plenty of online training materials and examples of Muse designs to help the beginner. Adobe's own training is excellent as are the videos on Lynda.com. I access Lynda.com for free using my Worthington Ohio Public Library Card.
The Muse CC cloud month payment suck. Half the advanced design feature don't work. Muse crashes and shuts down telling you to contact there Muse Team. What a waste of time, the tech center in India are clueless too!