The next big thing at Adobe: “CreateNow” web event on December 11, 2012

Where – Online Register: On the Adobe Creative Cloud Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/Sj0YBZ

When: December 11, 2012, starts at 1 PM EST.  (DATE CHANGED to Dec. 11th)

Get event updates here: Sign up to attend and get updates: http://bit.ly/CreateNowLive

Why attend?:

• Be first to find out what’s new in Adobe® Creative Cloud™, including products and features exclusively for members. See what’s next in Adobe Photoshop®.
• Hear from Adobe evangelists and designers, photographers and filmmakers, who are breaking the creative mold.
• Get-Involved. Join the conversation using the twitter hash tag #CreateNow and get answers to your questions.
• Learn from creative innovators like:  Scott Kelby, President, National Association of Photoshop Professionals Justin Weyers, Producer, Made Visual Studio Karlssonwilker founders Hijalti Karlsson & Jan Wilker

Join the twitter conversation: Post questions and share your opinions using the hash tag #CreateNow

#CreateNow — Twitter Contest

Starting November 15, Adobe will post interesting topics for discussion. Take part in the conversation using hash tag #CreateNow, and encourage your followers take part, for a chance to win a Create Now messenger bag (a $50 value). The contest will continue on event day for a chance to win one of 5 Creative Cloud memberships, or a MAX 2013 pass. Prize winners will be selected daily on a random basis. (some restrictions may apply, i.e. country location, availability of creative cloud in certain countries, etc)

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2 thoughts on “The next big thing at Adobe: “CreateNow” web event on December 11, 2012

  1. Thanks for hosting the Adobe event last night… it’s great to have something like this closer to home, as I usually need to travel to Philadelphia or New York for events by the big tech vendors. Developers are everywhere, after all, and I’m glad to see Adobe visiting smaller cities on this tour.

    It was great seeing tools and technologies in the pipeline, and I look forward to exploring further. Thanks again to CPAUG and SCPAUG for putting this together.

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