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Get paid to design Adobe MAX 2020

Adobe Max
(Image credit: Adobe)

This year, Adobe is embracing the differences enforced on the way the world is operating by shaking things up at its conference, Adobe MAX 2020. The new initiative is officially titled CoCreate: MAX, and the clue is in the name – you are being offered the chance to co-design the conference through a paid job that'll show off your design capabilities. 

Adobe is commissioning designers and creatives worldwide to provide the designs for the online conference, which will be watched by millions of people around the world. There are opportunities to create stunning designs for Adobe's social media channels, websites and merchandise, plus assets like Zoom backgrounds, posters and even memes. You'll certainly need a top laptop for graphic design to create on.

Adobe Max CoCreate

CoCreate: MAX could be designed by you (Image credit: Adobe/Michelle D'Urbano)

Aimed at people from a range of creative backgrounds, Adobe wants to hear from creatives from four different skillsets to take part in CoCreate: MAX (opens in new tab) (the below list is taken from the Adobe website). Click on the skills to find out more about what is being asked for.

Adobe MAX 2020 (opens in new tab) is free to attend and is set to go live 20–22 October, and will include talks, celebrity guests, musical performances, working sessions and collaborative art projects. Find out how to register here (opens in new tab) – if it's anything like last year, you don't want to miss out. This year, it's even easier to get involved from the comfort of your own home as it's all online, and you may even get to see your own creations on display.

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Georgia Coggan is a regular freelance contributor for Creative Bloq, who has also worked on T3 and Top Ten Reviews. With a particular interest in branding and retro design, Georgia writes about everything from logo design to creative technology, enjoys hunting down genuinely good deals and has even used her knowledge as an ex-teacher to create buying guides on products including children's books and bookcases. Tying these design interests together is an obsession with London Underground posters from the last century.