Adobe has announced the dates and details for its 2021 Adobe MAX conference, which will once again be all-virtual and free for anyone who wants to tune in.
Last year’s Adobe MAX conference was the first time it was both virtual and free for all users, due to extensive travel and quarantine restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the past, Adobe MAX events took place in Los Angeles, California, United States and as of the 2019, a single, full-conference ticket cost $1,895.
The free, all-digital 2020 Adobe MAX conference brought in over 21 million video views from more than 2.2 million visitors. Even if you weren’t able to take part in the 2020 event, Adobe has made the entire conference available to view on-demand. Over 350 sessions, labs and creativity workshops are available to watch at any time from a range of speakers across various creative disciplines.
Below is a highlight video of the 2020 Adobe MAX conference:
You can keep up with the latest news and updates, including when registration will open, on the 2021 Adobe MAX website.
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