It's set to be a busy week for Adobe, with its Adobe Max 2015 conference set to kick off in Los Angeles, California on 3 October. We'll be there to bring you all of the latest news as it happens as well as inspiration and interviews with some of the big names speaking during the event, but you can follow Adobe's main keynotes live from wherever you are to see what's new in Creative Cloud
You can follow Digital Arts on Twitter, as well as Ashleigh Allsopp (that's me!) who'll be our correspondent at the event, to keep up with what's happening at Adobe Max 2015. You'll also find updates on our Facebook page.
How to watch Adobe Max 2015
Adobe will be hosting two main keynotes, the first on Monday 5 October and the second on Tuesday 6 October, and you'll be able to watch both of them live online.
Adobe's day one keynote, called Create with Impact, will take place from 5:30pm BST (9:30am PDT) until 7:30pm (11:30am PDT). Adobe will be using the keynote to show off what it's been working on behind the scenes. "Adobe will unveil major innovation in the world's best creative desktop and mobile apps," reads the Max website. "And with Creative Sync, you'll see how your assets, and those you want from Adobe Stock, instantly appear in your workflow so you can easily bring your vision to life."
The day two keynote, called Community Inspires Creativity, will take place on 6 October from 6pm BST (10am PDT) until 7:30pm (11:30pm in LA). This one is designed to inspire you with talks from creative leaders including film director Baz Luhrmann, Humans of New York founder and photographer Brandon Stanto, writer and illustrator Maira Kalman and artist, designer and author Elle Luna.
To sign up to watch the keynotes live for free, visit the Adobe Max sign-up page by clicking here.
You'll simply need to enter your name, email address and country, and you'll be sent a reminder before the keynotes begin to ensure you don't forget.
We don't know exactly what to expect from Adobe's keynote yet, but we're sure that there will be exciting updates to many of its Creative Cloud applications, both on desktop and mobile, including Photoshop, Illustrator and more.
We'll be bringing you all of the latest Adobe news over the next week, and look out for our interviews with Becky Simpson, Jessica Hische, James White and Louise Fili, who are all hosting sessions during Adobe Max, too. If you've got anything you'd like to ask any of those amazing illustrators and designers, let us know in the comments section below or on Twitter and we'll try our best to ask them your questions on your behalf.
For now, you can get a better idea of what's in store at Adobe Max by reading about last year's event by following the links below.
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