I am a beginner, and am interested in graphic design. I want to first learn how to make themes for sites such as Tumblr, and then move onto websites. I just downloaded the preview for Experience Design. It seems like this is more of what I was looking for compared to dreamweaver. I'm not very good with html as of yet. But on the other hand, dreamweaver comes with a template, that I can mess around with to create what I want.
Experience Design does not generate any HTML or CSS code that you could reuse to create a template. Based on your requirement, I suggest you learning HTML and CSS, and then getting yourself trained on an HTML editor like Dreamweaver or Brackets. If you are looking at web designing, there is no substitute for not learning code.
If you weren't looking at templates, but wanted to created quick and easy websites or templates, try Adobe Muse.(Web design software | Download free Adobe Muse CC trial )