Deliver “Digital MAX” to everyone at no cost Oct. 19–21
Adobe today officially announced it will host its annual Max conference virtually, kicking off on October 19, all for free to anyone who wants to attend.
The MAX is typically the largest in-person design conference with keynote and breakout sessions to unveil the latest Creative Cloud apps updates and share the latest solutions.
Adobe MAX to take place virtually starting on Oct. 19
Due to the the coronavirus pandemic, the company took the decision that it would provide a full digital MAX experience for the first time. For the remainder of 2020, Adobe’s events move to a virtual format.
“The health and safety of Adobe customers, partners, and employees is and always has been our top priority,” says Adobe. “And while we won’t be seeing you in person, we’re planning an immersive event that stays true to the MAX spirit of mind-blowing creativity and inspiration.”
This year, Microsoft’s Build 2020 and Apple’s WWDC 2020 will be virtual and Google’s I/O 2020 was completely canceled.
Adobe’s virtual MAX will be held between October 19–21. The registration will be needed and open later this summer. The agenda and more details about the event will be coming before long. Check the Max website.
Anyway, you could enjoy the shows while staying at home.