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Two brothers + two Mac's + Creative Cloud.
That's pretty much us. We come from varied backgrounds with experience in film, print, animation and photography combined with a constant amazement for all the new innovations and inventions that just keep coming.
We keep our lives simple based around family, work and friends and invest every moment we can into making our service, content and tools better. We also keep our hand in on commercial work to keep us on our toe's and our feet on the ground.
In early December 2014, the two brothers Dan and Chris decided to embark on a new project. The aim to develop a service that could bring their varied fields of expertise and knowledge to Muse users.
The original idea was to create a monthly magazine for the niche, and after a successful six months trial period the guys decided to restructure the business to create a more open blog with content business model focusing on widgets with some templates.
Around the time of the 2015 Adobe MAX 123muse released an updated version of the site with a new look and additional features that would enhance the user experience that has been well received by 123muse customers.
Now at the time of writing (November 2016), Chris and Dan have consolidated their collected knowledge to create an even better experience with version four of 123muse.
Dan is a fashion photographer and touch-up artist whose foundation is in Lightroom and Photoshop.
Dan has considerable skills in video, audio and photographic production and brings his ideas and workflows into the mix.
"Helping designers get their projects done with our tools is an awesome priveledge. Best job in the world."
Chris Kellett -
Chris has been a graphic and web designer for nearly twenty years. Has worked exclusively with Muse for the past two years.
Chris has built 100's of templates and widgets for third party template and widget providers including Adobe, Sketchfab, Selz and many more.
"I love helping upcoming, new and hard-working designers with inspiration and tools to make their daily jobs easier."