Learn What’s Coming Next from Adobe

Learn What’s Coming Next from Adobe

The Adobe Max conference kicks off at full speed on Monday.  Adobe has two keynote addresses you won’t want to miss.  These are free to attend online.  This will get you up to speed on all the big announcements as well as some inspiration.

Day 1: A Creative Evolution

Monday, May 6, at 9:30am PDT Time zone conversion ›

The process of where and how we create is dramatically changing thanks to major advancements in technology, and there has never been a more exciting time. Join Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen, Adobe SVP and GM of Digital Media David Wadhwani, and a collection of Adobe visionaries across digital photography, illustration, video, web design, and more as we unveil brand-new creative workflows and capabilities. We’ll take a look at the present and set our sights on the endless possibilities in our creative future.

 

Day 2: Community Inspires Creativity

Tuesday, May 7, at 10am PDT Time zone conversion ›

Join David Wadhwani as he welcomes four incredibly creative minds to explore how they foster creativity and approach their work. You’ll hear from Rob Legato, an Oscar-winning visual effects supervisor; Paula Scher, an iconic graphic designer and illustrator; Erik Johansson, an up-and-coming photographer and retouch artist; and Phil Hansen, a constraint-based artist who believes limitations drive creativity. We think you’ll leave with more than a few new ideas to incorporate into your next creative project.

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I'm a Beach Bum from Florida who's fascinated by the convergence of Technology, Art and Marketing. I've spent 20+ years training Content Creators on how to profit from their work through organizations like the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), Digital Video Professionals Association (DVPA), National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), Wedding and Event Videographers Association (WEVA), and the Computer Graphics Society (CGS).

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