Adobe’s first-ever ‘Creative Week’ kicked off today in the UK, with 18 hours of free programming available either live or on-demand anytime…
The latest trends, the hottest issues, the coolest technology! Join us for lively interactive debates, informative presentations, creative challenges, and exclusive demonstrations broadcast live online over 5 days from our London studio. We’ll be covering every aspect of the creative industry with the help of creative luminaries, industry experts, Adobe evangelists and many members of the creative community.
This is a full week of interactive shows hosted by technologist David McClelland, and webcast worldwide from 12:00 to 15:45 GMT every day (see the hour in your timezone). You can also watch all previous content anytime on-demand.
“Creative Week” runs from July 9th – 13th and will focus on a different theme each day, starting on Monday with an overview of what’s going on in the creative industry. Tuesday we’ll cover design & publishing; Wednesday film & video; Thursday web & mobile; rounding the week off on Friday with a look at photography & imaging.
Adobe evangelists featured with product demos, how-to’s, and tutorials include Julieanne Kost, Paul Trani, Rufus Deuchler, and Jason Levine… There will be many other well-known artists, photographers, designers and developers joining in with show & tells and talking about their craft, including instructors from Photoshop World for the last session. See the complete presentation schedule.
The first day’s show is embedded below in its entirety. One of the highlights was Rufus Deuchler presenting “Adobecadabra,” showing some killer tips and cool techniques for getting the most out of Illustrator CS6 and Photoshop CS6 (this segment runs for 30 minutes beginning at the 1:33 mark).
All of this week’s sessions are free, so tune in for more – either live now or later on-demand!
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