There are so many exciting things happening at this year’s HOW Design Live conference including a closing keynote from our very own Scott Belsky, as well as sessions led by Adobe evangelists. What’s more, we’re hosting a Tweetway in conjunction with the event and we’re giving away some sweet prizes.
Want to be a part of it? Here’s how to enter:
Between June 10 and June 25, send a Tweet with the hashtag #AdobeHOW and share your Adobe Ideas drawing, Adobe Kuler theme, or a link to a project in your Behance portfolio for a chance to win a Creative Cloud membership. We’re giving away one 5-year membership and ten (that’s right, 10!) 3-month memberships. Don’t miss out on a chance to win.
We’ll select winners at random, from all submissions, on June 25; winners will be notified on June 26 via Twitter. For full details, check out our HOW Tweetaway Sweepstakes Official Rules.
This is your chance to show off your work AND possibly win some great prizes. Be sure to follow Creative Cloud on Twitter. Also, if you’re at the conference, be sure to stop by the Adobe booth to say hello, get answers to your questions, and learn the latest about your favorite tools.
UPDATE (as of 2:30 PM PT): The results are in! Congratulations to our grand prize winner Eric Higgins (@iamEricHiggins) who will receive a 5-year membership to Creative Cloud. But there’s more…The following folks each receive a 3-month Creative Cloud membership.
- Christopher Creese @CreeseWorks
- Matt Marriott @m_marriott
- Crescent Vale @CrescentVale
- Brent @MacTattooed
- Carrie Cousins @carriecousins
- The Stickman @StickmanArt
- Jessica Orion @ArtePerMe
- Michael Banks @4MikeBanks
- Matt McRae @mattmcrae
- Leo Rabelo @leorabelo
Thanks for participating everyone and happy creating!
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