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The count down begins. MAX is back!
Are you ready for the speakers, sessions, and inspiration? The best way to make the most of your virtual experience is to build your schedule in advance, so you can squeeze in all the things that are important to you.
Here are some featured sessions you might like:
Check out the entire session list here.
Pre-Conference: October 16-17, 2022
Conference: October 18-20, 2022
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Adobe MAX is back – and although the pandemic put a temporary hold on in-person gatherings, the resurgence of the live event for 2022, which kicked off in Los Angeles, made clear that the creative spark driving our company forward has only grown brighter over the past three years.
In his welcome remarks to 1000s of in-person attendees and hundreds of thousands more joining virtually from across the globe, President and CEO Shantanu Narayen laid out Adobe’s philosophy over the last 40 years:
“From inventing desktop publishing, to revolutionizing imaging and design, to pioneering electronic documents, to advancing animation, gaming and video — and now, to leading in 3D, immersive digital marketing and commerce, we are focused on empowering everyone, everywhere, to imagine, create and bring any digital experience to life,” he said.
It’s a philosophy we’ll continue to build on as we celebrate our 40th anniversary in December 2022, and a key theme in our opening session this year, the 20th for Adobe MAX: Through a relentless emphasis on groundbreaking innovation, we are continuing to raise the bar on creative possibility.
Get ready to get inspired. Make plans to join us in person or online for all the creative inspiration you’ve been waiting for.
As our teams equip creators with an onslaught of new features in our creative apps, we continue to play a leadership role by ensuring our latest digital tools are advancing the larger social good. We announced how Adobe Express, our easy-to-use platform for creating social media, flyers, templates, logos and more, is now offered free of charge to over 10 million global nonprofit organizations.
“We’re building the future of collaborative creativity on an even larger scale” because creativity is now a team sport, said Shantanu. In addition, he noted how Adobe is finding novel approaches to “amplifying the power of human ingenuity” through Adobe Sensei (our AI and machine learning framework) to “free people from mundane tasks and deliver absolutely new superpowers.”
Read about the latest AI-powered featuresin Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Express, Photoshop and all the apps.
We are also at the forefront of efforts to enable attribution for digital media creators, while increasing trust and transparency online. “We’re extremely serious about our responsibility to make sure our technology is making a positive impact,” Shantanu said. “Through the Content Authenticity Initiative, Adobe is partnering with over 800 organizations globally to combat misinformation as well as to provide attribution and provenance for creators.”
Following Shantanu on stage was David Wadhwani, president of our Digital Media business, which develops our Creative Cloud apps and solutions as well as Adobe Express. David echoed Shantanu’s appreciation for everyone attending Adobe MAX and for all creatives around the world.
“We’re in awe of the people we work to serve – you,” he said. Together, he continued, Adobe and our creative partners can make a critical difference in countless people’s lives.
“We’re living at a time when content, creativity and design have never been more valued; when content is fueling the global economy; when digital content consumption is exploding; and when virtually every business needs a digital presence.” The bottom line: Both opportunities and challenges abound for creators and there’s never been a better time to meet this moment.
One way Adobe envisions doing this, David said, is by bolstering the “superpowers” Shantanu mentioned earlier. “Our goal has always been to give you the ability to accomplish anything in your mind’s eye with the most powerful creative products in the world,” David said. With the latest advances in generative technologies, Adobe is upping its game.
Imagine being able to ask Adobe Sensei in Photoshop to add an object to a scene simply by describing what you want or instructing Sensei in Lightroom “to transform night into day, alter a sunny photograph into a beautiful sunset, move shadows or change the weather,” David said. “It’s like magic.”
David’s comments also reinforced the company’s commitment to giving creators more options to complete projects quickly. In the face of increasing work demands, Adobe “is giving you more explicit control over when you want the power and precision of our desktop applications and when you want more speed and ease,” he said. “Nowhere is this more obvious than when you try Adobe Express.”
Included with a Creative Cloud membership, Adobe Express was built from the ground up to enable users to create content that stands out without requiring a huge investment of time. Express gives creators increased flexibility to do more while accelerating the pace of their productivity.
Expanding on one of Shantanu’s earlier themes, David described how we’re doubling down on collaboration.
“Creativity is increasingly a team sport whether you’re collaborating with other creators or asking for feedback from stakeholders,” he said, which is why next-generation tools like “Share for Review” – being rolled out across video, design and imaging – are reshaping the landscape of creative workflow. “It’s a huge time saver,” David enthused.
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