October 16, 2021

Los Angeles hosts Adobe MAX running October 3rd-7th

Designers and creative professionals have taken it upon themselves to both visit and create meaningful events. These events have turned into yearly conferences with some of the biggest names flying around the world to attend.

A lesser-known yet vital conference is Adobe MAX which is promoted by Adobe Systems in the US, Europe, and Japan.

For 2015 the US conference will be held in sunny Los Angeles, California. The event will be split between a couple venues and early registration can bring about reduced ticket prices. The venues includes the Los Angeles Convention Center along with the Microsoft Theater.

Again there is limited availability so if you book ahead of time you’ll save money with special hotel rates.

So it seems like a great time, and lots of talented people will be there. But why should you attend?

Well take a look at the lengthy agenda to see everything that’s in store. You can attend workshops and perform hands-on lab training assisted by Adobe professionals.

adobe max 2015 speakers

Not to mention that the list of speakers is practically endless, with a very large number of web designers/developers in attendance. Here’s a brief list of notable speakers you might see at MAX 2015:

Of course there are dozens of other very talented & incredible speakers that simply can’t be listed in full. The “Speakers” page has all the information you’ll need: https://max.adobe.com/speakers/.

Tickets range from 1-day passes starting at $595 up to a week-long full pass at $1,595(with reductions for students & educational institutions). You can see a full list of prices and compare the features for yourself.

For more details about the conference you can check out the Adobe MAX website or follow their updates on Twitter @adobemax.

Jake is a creative writer and UI designer by trade. You can follow him on twitter @jakerocheleau or learn more at his personal website JakeRocheleau.com.

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