Attend Adobe MAX and Get the Adobe Creative Cloud for a Year!!

By Paul Trani on December 19, 2012 in Adobe
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Adobe MAX is right around the corner and I can’t tell you how excited I am about it! EVERYONE is there! Almost every trainer, evangelist, product manager, decision maker, killer designer/developer is in attendance. And although you can get hours upon hours of training and inspiration, the immeasurable value comes when hanging out with everyone face-to-face. So I HIGHLY encourage you to attend. But here’s the kicker:

A full conference pass includes the Adobe Creative Cloud!

That’s right! Get a full conference pass and get an annual membership to the Adobe Creative Cloud! Pretty awesome! Now with that in hand I encourage you to also sign up for my preconference lab before it sells out…

 

Creative Cloud@MAX: Create Content Across Screens and Devices

This program is for creative designers and developers who want to create responsive websites and digital publications that run across a range of screens and devices. You’ll learn how to consider differences in screen sizes and input types, whether you’re just starting content creation or updating existing materials.

This BYOD lab covers the latest features in several Adobe Creative Cloud™ products and services. In it you’ll learn:

  • Tips for creating high-impact digital images and graphics using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator® to leverage across projects
  • How to create digital publications for the iPad with Adobe InDesign® and Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition
  • Techniques for creating responsive web content using Adobe Edge Tools & Services as well as Adobe Dreamweaver®

So join me and others for the best sessions and a drink at the bar:

May 4-8, 2013
Los Angeles, CA
Register now

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