Registrations for Adobe MAX 2021 are open now. The event is open to all, at no cost. Adobe annually holds an event called Adobe Max to shine the spotlight on new Adobe software releases for professionals. Adobe MAX is traditionally an in-person event however, similar to the 2020 event, this year’s Adobe MAX presentation will also be digital. The disruption to in-person events was caused due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Registrations for Adobe MAX 2021 are open now
The event is set to take place from Tuesday, October 26 to Thursday, October 28. Anyone who is interested in attending can sign up for the event as registrations for Adobe MAX is open as of today on Adobe’s website.
Join us for an extraordinary virtual experience to find inspiration, connect with creatives from around the world, and learn the best ways to bring your best ideas to life. Open to all, at no cost.
The event will feature 400+ sessions, sessions, keynotes, MAX Sneaks labs, and workshops, with talks from creative luminaries, product experts, speakers, and more. Featured speakers are experts in design, photography, illustration, social media, 3D, video, and more. Here are a few things participants can look forward to.
Find inspiration in live and on-demand sessions
Get a front row seat to the latest Adobe magic and innovations
Take fun breaks with musical performances and special guests
Connect with speakers and other MAX attendees
Have some creative fun and win great prizes
Adobe plans to host collaborative art projects and community challenges for participants as well as hold learning sessions for attendees around the globe. Last year, 200+ countries were represented at Adobe MAX, with 99% of participants saying they intend to attend another MAX. In addition, 95% said they learned and gained new skills and 94% said they were inspired to create innovative projects.
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