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Adobe MAX – Conversation, News, and Help on Twitter

MAX_TwitterGet up-to-date news, conference details, and help, plus join in on the conversation at Adobe MAX this year… all on Twitter!

Follow @AdobeMAX for conference details, up-to-date news, and highlights throughout the entire conference.

During MAX, our team will be answering your questions and joining in on the conversation with you. For any conference questions, assistance or issues use #MAXHelp and to join in on the conversation use #AdobeMAX on Twitter, Instagram and Vine!

Head to Twitter now and tell us what you’re looking forward to most at Adobe MAX this year!

Our 2013 Adobe MAX Insiders

Introducing… our MAX Insiders!  This year for Adobe MAX we’ve selected six creative pros to serve as our digital correspondents to share their personal experiences and thoughts on keynotes, sessions, and they’ll even get behind-the-scenes for some exclusive events!

Check out all six of our MAX Insiders below, and be sure to look for them at MAX and follow them on their social channels as they share their Adobe MAX experiences!

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Kelly Beall
@designcrush
Kelly Beall began the blog Design Crush in 2007 as a love letter to the design community and hasn’t looked back since! Her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Herman Miller, and Etsy among other publications and she has had the honor of working with such brands as Electrolux, Traditional Home, and Nissan. Kelly also works as a graphic designer and creative consultant when she’s not chasing her two dogs and two cats around her Oklahoma City home.

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Andy Sowards
@andysowards
Andy Sowards is a professional Web Designer, Developer, Programmer, Family man, and All around advocate of all things Science & Tech. He loves building anything and everything on the web (and in real life, he’s sort of a DIY geek). He is the founder of http://andysowards.com and http://infinigeek.com - oh and he tweets a lot @andysowards.

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Jason Zavaleta
@zavafilms
Jason Zavaleta is an award winning San Francisco Bay Area native filmmaker. Since discovering his passion for directing at the age of eight from public service announcements for the United Nations, to online commercials for a leading cosmetics company, and from music videos to feature foreign documentaries, there’s no genre that Zavaleta won’t explore. Jason graduated from San Francisco State University with a B.A. in Cinema. While a sophomore at SFSU, Jason founded the Epsilon Chapter of the revived National Professional Cinema Fraternity, Delta Kappa Alpha (est. at the University of Southern California, 1936). He’s currently in development on numerous feature films in both the United States and Italy. Zavaleta’s two most recent narrative shorts (In the Forest of Darkness and The Proceedings) will be part of the Shorts Film Corner at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. He hopes to continue to explore the infinite possibilities of cinema and share them with the world to experience, discuss, and enjoy!

J_CavanJan Cavan
@jancavan
Jan Cavan is a Designer and Illustrator based in Los Angeles. Her work has been featured in various online publications, books and magazines worldwide. She currently designs at NationBuilder and runs a design blog dedicated to offering tutorials and resources to the design community.

 

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@jeremygtech
Jeremy Goldberg is a forward thinking graphic designer from Scottsdale, Arizona with a focus in design, web, UI/UX, and brand identity. A professional freelance designer since 2006, Jeremy also serves as a member on two advisory boards at Adobe. Jeremy is also the Co-founder of two new tech startups, Whistl and Répresent. Visit Jeremy’s website at www.jeremytech.com.

 

R_ConnollyRyan Connolly
@ryan_connolly
Ryan Connolly is a writer, director, and online personality. After graduating film school Ryan went right to work establishing his production company Triune Films. Since then he has released two successful short films and has worked with companies such as Kessler Crane, Dell, Ford, T-Mobile and EA games. He is also partnered with Revision3 to create and host shows like Film Riot and Film State.

If you can’t make it to Adobe MAX this year, be sure to watch our keynote live stream on May 6, 2013 and May 7, 2013.  You’ll hear from a collection of Adobe visionaries as we unveil brand new creative workflows, capabilities, plus a lot more.

 

24-Hour Creative Session with Sagmeister & Walsh

Twenty-four hours, two designers, and one studio… all in the spirit of Adobe MAX 2013!

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Jessica Walsh and Stefan Sagmeister of Sagmeister & Walsh will be reinterpreting our Adobe MAX logo in a 24-hour creative session that will be live streamed on a Times Square billboard in New York City and our Adobe Creative Cloud Create Now Facebook app. Be sure to tune in, the live stream starts Thursday, March 28, 2013 at 9:45 a.m. ET (6:45 a.m. PT).

For more information on Jessica, read our full Q&A with her on the Adobe Creative Layer blog.

Adobe MAX Speaker Challenge Sweepstakes

Everyone likes a good challenge, right? Even our Adobe MAX speaker evangelists Terry White and Kevin Hoyt are up for a little friendly competition in the spirit of Adobe MAX this year!

Today we’re kicking off our Adobe MAX Speaker Challenge on Twitter, and we’re giving you the opportunity to win a full conference pass to Adobe MAX and VIP seating to our MAX Bash.

You want in? Here’s the scoop! At Adobe MAX this year, if you could only choose one of these two sessions to attend, which would it be: Terry White’s session, Creating an Engaging Web Design with Adobe Muse o r Kevin Hoyt’s session, Animating the Web with HTML?

To cast your vote, head to Twitter and let us know using either #TerryandMuse (to vote for Terry White’s session) or #KevinandWeb (to vote for Kevin Hoyt’s session). Everyone that takes part in the voting will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a full conference pass to Adobe MAX 2013 (which includes a complimentary annual subscription of Adobe Creative Cloud), and VIP seating at our

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MAX Bash. See our full MAX Speaker Challenge Sweepstakes official rules.

For more information on our Adobe MAX conference and to register today, visit MAX.Ado

be.com. Be sure to use promo code MXSM13 to get a $300 discount.