With over 200 sessions and labs to attend, Adobe has you covered. There's even a virtual option and over 100 global breakout sessions if you can't make it to LA.

From Oct. 18 to 20 in Los Angeles at the Community Pavilion and online, Adobe MAX is the place to learn more about the company's products and services, including the famous Creative Cloud. If that whets your whistle, you can register right here. If you need more, then check out this video from last year to see what all the fuss is about. 

A Deeper Look

There will be nine tracks with multiple sessions (in person and virtually), plus you can learn new techniques and ways to enhance your workflows and even your career:

  • Video, Audio, and Motion
  • Graphic Design
  • 3D and AR
  • Photography
  • Drawing, Painting, and Illustration
  • Education
  • Social Media and Marketing
  • UI and UX

Adobe_max_lab_2019Adobe MAX LabCredit: Adobe

While the main event takes place Oct. 18-20, 2022, there will be a pre-event where you can do deep educational dives into the various Adobe apps on Oct. 16 and 17 (in Los Angeles). The guest list is pretty incredible, including Steve Aoki, Colette Peri, Mr. Bingo, Tomás Karmelo Amaya, Nubia Navarro, and many more.

In addition to announcements, sessions, labs, and networking, Adobe is planning a huge party. Twenty-One Pilots will be performing, and guests can enjoy art installations and more. If you're attending online, there will be sponsored giveaways and virtual community activities.

Important Details

Whether you attend in person or virtually, Adobe MAX is a great place to learn more about their wide range of products, from Creative to UI/UX and even eCommerce and data analytics! Plus, it's always a great party and an awesome way to network to meet new people. Maybe it'll even convince you to switch over from Final Cut Pro X or DaVinci Resolve. A guy can dream, can't he?

You can learn more about Adobe MAX here, including the full speaker list, and register at this link (including pricing). Adobe even includes a letter to download to convince your boss to attend. There are limited tickets for in-person, but the virtual event is open to everyone, and it's free (you still need to register, though).