Citing the effects the pandemic is having on the artistic community, Adobe announced a new version of its online connected Creative Cloud suite at the annual Adobe MAX 2020 conference today.
This year Adobe Max is virtual and free, a showcase of eclectic keynote speakers like director Ava DuVernay, actor Keanu Reeves, actor/ musician Tyler the Creator, and portrait photographer Annie Leibovitz. They share their inner thoughts and life experiences in their successful careers, most have never used Adobe products, but all are inspiring. Checkout the complete list of speakers
All of Adobe MAX in Las Vegas will be streamed onAdobe’s Behance
Today, at Adobe’s annual MAX creativity event in Las Vegas, the veritable software company announced updates and new software for its Creative Cloud subscription based service. It added five new apps stressing simplicity, speed and sharing large files across desktops, laptops and mobile phones. It even includes a first-time built-in interactive tutorial app for newbies.
At Adobe MAX 2015 in Los Angeles today, Adobe outlined its vision for Creative Cloud — a “connected creative canvas” where people create and share their work from anywhere.
Adobe dazzled some 7,000 attendees with new powerful mobile apps. It showed how cloud-based Adobe CreativeSync allows users to save and share their work, app settings, tools and more, between multiple devises as well as with co-workers.
“The power to be creative is no longer for the few” said Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayan.