Get Down to Business with Your Creative Hustle @ Adobe MAX
Adobe Document Cloud helps you focus on the inspiration, not the perspiration, of being a professional creative. Learn more at Adobe MAX.
by Adobe Document Cloud Team
posted on 09-05-2019
What do Creative Cloud and Document Cloud have in common? Acrobat DC. Often referred to as the heart of Document Cloud, Acrobat DC is also one of the most-used apps in Creative Cloud. This robust, yet simple, app is your can-do accomplice. Your sidekick. Your Swiss Army Knife. The partner who helps you tackle the mundane tasks so that you can inspire and not perspire. That’s what you crave as a creative after all, right?
This year, we’re bringing you several heavy hitters to speak to the business of creativity. Register for these sessions today and see how these amazing artists balance business and crank up creativity with Adobe.
How Bobby Berk Gets Work Done with Style
Monday, November 4 @ 3:15 PM
After years in the creative and design field, Bobby Berk took the leap to start his own brand. Now, when he isn’t helping transform spaces on the Emmy Award–winning Netflix show Queer Eye, he’s running his own full-service bespoke interior design practice and curating content for his lifestyle site bobbyberk.com. Join us for a conversation with Bobby, and learn more about his creative process. Hear about what inspires him and how he uses Adobe tools (including Adobe Scan and Acrobat) to keep his clients happy and his business booming. In a conversation with Adobe Evangelist Paul Trani, Bobby will share how he got started, where he finds inspiration, and how Adobe helps maximize his business.
From Idea to Ink with Dr. Woo
Wednesday, November 6 @ 12:30 PM
For 10 years, Dr. Woo has been tattooing his jaw-dropping designs on the world’s most famous bodies. The Los Angeles–based tattoo artist is one of the most sought-after and influential minds in his field. With his designs and ideas in high demand, Dr. Woo is constantly on the go — and his clients are too. Learn how he keeps projects moving quickly without sacrificing creativity and how he uses Adobe tools to collaborate with clients and bring his ideas to life. In a conversation with Adobe Creative Director Dan Fletcher, Dr. Woo will share how he developed his unique style, how he brings his inspiration to life, and how he collaborates with clients on the go.
Imagining the Future: How Do We Design for Good, Not Evil?
Tuesday, November 5 @ 8:15 AM
There are consequences to all of our actions, including how we’re designing technology, experiences, and businesses. In this session, join renowned futurist Brian David Johnson as he examines where humanity is headed, how future design and AI will affect all aspects of our lives, including how we live and work. You will expand your design thinking to imagine a future 10-15 years down the road that is far more awesome than you imagine today.
The Journey from Graffiti Artist to Creative Placemaker
Wednesday, November 5 @ 8:15 AM
Join author and urban artist Scape Martinez as he discusses his progression from graffiti artist to social activist and public artist. He’ll reveal his journey from paint to digital and how digital tools continue to influence his work. Scape teaches the importance of community involvement by artists and how youth involvement in art can change lives. Learn how you can capture the electric spirit of graffiti with Adobe tools, and then manage the fundamental business side to your creative life.
Getting Sh*t Done with Acrobat DC
Monday, November 4 @ 3 PM
Tuesday, November 5 @ 1 PM
Wednesday, November 6 @ 10:30 AM
Did you know that Acrobat is the second most used app in Creative Cloud? Of course, you did — you use it every day! However, are you aware that Acrobat is just part of Document Cloud that you have access to? In this lab, take your productivity and creativity to the next level by working across devices.
You’ll use different devices to learn how to:
- Capture content on the go with Adobe Scan
- Collect feedback from stakeholders and route back to InDesign
- Get approvals on documents with electronic signatures
- Save time and access Document Cloud right in your Office 365 apps
You will need an active Creative Cloud membership, a laptop with Acrobat DC and InDesign installed, and a mobile device (phone or tablet) with Adobe Scan and Acrobat Reader to participate in this lab. A subscription to Office 365 is optional.
Will we see you there? Give us a shout if you’re as excited as we are! Follow @AdobeDocCloud and @Acrobat for more tips on how you can streamline the business of creativity like a boss.
Topics: Future of Work, Adobe MAX, Creativity, News
Products: Scan, Sign, Acrobat, Document Cloud