Ah, Adobe Max. The annual creative conference rolls around every October already the time is nigh to register for the upcoming event. Adobe Max gives us a sneak preview of what's to come in the 12 months ahead for Adobe. Whether that's creative features or software, it's an exciting event that lets us in on some seriously cool know-how.
Last year's Adobe Max featured a number of guest speakers (including celebrities like filmmaker Casey Neistat), workshops and sessions all about the Adobe Creative Cloud – and we have a feeling this year it'll be the same. It's a brilliant event for every creative whether you're an Adobe user or not (check out our Adobe deals if you'd like to start your Creative Cloud journey) and now you have the chance to sign up for Adobe Max 2022.
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Adobe MAX 2022: the latest news
There's not a lot to report on the Adobe Max front just yet, considering it's still a few months away. However, now is the time to sign up if you're hoping to be a part of the buzz. Make sure you clear your calendar for the 18-20 October and register for free over on the Adobe Max 2022 website (opens in new tab). Or if you wanted to experience the whole thing in full detail, then you can also register to attend the live event (opens in new tab) in Los Angeles, with tickets starting from $299.
Still not convinced? Well, Adobe has already revealed a handful of exciting guest speakers for the 2022 event on its website, from Steve Aoki to Mr Bingo (yep, there's a real variety). Whether you fancy attending the event online or in person, you can be sure that you will have access to 100+ talks, mainstage presentations (like Sneaks and Keynotes) and luminary sessions.
Adobe MAX sneaks
One of the most exciting parts of the Adobe Max event is the Sneaks. The Adobe Sneaks are where the company gives attendees an exclusive look at a load of top secret tech its been working on. In previous years, the Adobe Sneaks have revealed major creative news, like when Illustrator came to the iPad or Photoshop's neural filters that have the ability to change everything from someone's age to the direction they're facing – it's a little bit creepy. You can still catch up on all our favourite Adobe Sneaks from the 2021 event.