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Discover how to create state-of-the-art 3D designs and augmented reality experiences with Adobe’s ecosystem of powerful tools and content. Build and assemble photorealistic 3D scenes in Substance 3D Stager or texture your 3D assets using Substance 3D Painter. Work from real-life photos to create digital materials using Substance 3D Sampler or build your parametric materials with full authoring control using Substance 3D Designer. Bring your content into the Adobe Aero app and explore the medium of Augmented Reality to create interactive experiences.

Who you'll meet

Graphic designers, 3D artists, creative directors, illustrators, VFX artists, industrial designers, concept artists, new media artists, and other creative pros who want to learn how to create 3D designs and interactive, immersive experiences.

Featured speakers

Mike Alderson

Mike Alderson

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer, ManvsMachine

Eugene Golovanchuk (Skeeva)

Eugene Golovanchuk (Skeeva)

Freelance 3D Artist, Skeeva

Heather Dunaway Smith

Heather Dunaway Smith

AR/VR Artist

Don Allen Stevenson III

Don Allen Stevenson III

Multidisciplinary Digital Creator

Featured sessions

3D for Beginners: Introduction to 3D Design with Stager – L484(opens up in a new window)

Jeanette Mathews, Senior Product Manager, 3D and Immersive, Adobe

Learn 3D design with Substance 3D Stager. Explore the Stager interface, see how to stage a 3D scene, and produce your own photorealistic imagery in 3D.

3D for Beginners: Introduction to 3D Painting with Painter – L485(opens up in a new window)

Valeria Gerontopoulos, Product Manager, Substance Painter, Adobe

Learn how to make your 3D objects come to life with Substance Painter. Discover texturing with the cutting-edge 3D painting and texturing tools in Painter.

Rethinking Educational Experiences with Interactive AR – S475(opens up in a new window)

Vladimir Petkovic, Creative Director, 3D and Immersive Adobe

Discover why augmented reality (AR) is the new medium for creating immersive educational content, and learn how to create an interactive educational experience.

Collaboration is more essential than ever for creativity and productive hybrid work environments. Join this track to learn how Adobe Creative Cloud can enable creative collaboration across your favorite apps and services. And with Adobe Document Cloud, you’ll learn how to accelerate shared reviews and approvals across your creative and marketing workflows. Discover how you can create from anywhere, share with teams and clients, and maintain complete control every step of the way.

Who you'll meet

Creative professionals across design, illustration, and photo and imaging categories. Also business owners, IT professionals, web developers, government and education leaders, and anyone interested in improving business productivity for employees, customers, and personal use.

Featured speakers

Lauren Hom

Lauren Hom

Designer, Letterer, and Educator, Hom Sweet Hom

Adam J. Kurtz

Adam J. Kurtz

Artist and Author, ADAMJK

Giorgia Lupi

Giorgia Lupi

Partner, Pentagram

Mike Matthews

Mike Matthews

Director, Creative Operations, Walgreens

Featured sessions

Learning the Fundamentals of PDF Accessibility Step by Step – L200(opens up in a new window)

Dax Castro, Vice President of ADAcademy, AbleDocs

Learn the fundamentals of PDF accessibility, from accessibility standards to Acrobat toolsets, and gain a solid foundation in PDF tag structure.

Charting the Course of Collaboration in the Enterprise – L201(opens up in a new window)

Patti Sokol, Adobe Principal Solutions Consultant, Adobe

Todd Burke, Adobe Principal Solutions Consultant, Adobe

Learn how to optimize collaboration in the enterprise for creative workflows such as photography, image composition, and graphic design publishing and review.

Walgreens: Reimagining the Creative Process in a Global Pandemic – S202(opens up in a new window)

Mike Matthews, Director, Creative Operations, Walgreens

Learn how Walgreen’s creative team used Creative Cloud Libraries to relaunch their brand identity and reinvent one of the nation’s largest loyalty programs.

Design leaders from the world’s leading brands and agencies will share their expertise in creative innovation, brand reinvention, leadership, and professional development. Learn new Creative Cloud skills and best practices to spark inspiration for team and business success. Get inspired to grow your creative career by hearing from those who are mastering the craft.

Who you'll meet

Leaders and creative professionals across graphic, web, UX, and multidisciplinary design; art and creative directors; video, film, and motion graphics pros; photographers; tech and business strategists; and other creatives or designers who want to build a meaningful career.

Featured topics

Creative and design best practice sharing, career and professional development, and thought leadership.

Featured speakers

Timothy Bardlavens

Timothy Bardlavens

Product Design Leader, Facebook

Hannah Henry

Hannah Henry

Director of Visual Communications, Gap/Old Navy

Benny Lee

Benny Lee

Global Manager of Digital Design, Coca-Cola

Keni Thacker

Keni Thacker

Founder, Chief Creative Officer, 100 Roses From Concrete

Featured sessions

Let’s Get Phygital: A Unified Design Experience at Coca-Cola – S250(opens up in a new window)

Benny Lee, Global Manager of Digital Design, Coca-Cola

Learn how Coca-Cola, a 130-year-old brand with physical products and experiences, uses 3D software to translate those experiences into the digital future.

Leveling the Playing Field in Design: Developing a DE&I Strategy – S251(opens up in a new window)

Meg Moss, Senior Manager, Strategic Business Development, Adobe

Keni Thacker, Founder, Chief Creative Officer, 100 Roses from Concrete

Learn how the creative industry can lead the way in making a lasting change in diversity, equity, and inclusion and create powerful new ways of working.

Eyes Wide Shut: Taking Visual Out of Visual Design – S252(opens up in a new window)

Hannah Henry, Director of Visual Communications, Gap/Old Navy

Learn how aesthetics can be an obstacle to design solutions and shutting your eyes for a broader sensory experience can deliver stronger visual communication.

At Adobe, we believe all students need opportunities to develop the essential creative and digital literacy skills that open doors to a brighter future. Join this track to hear from leading educators and experts who cultivate these skills and engage students as digital creators. They will share how they prepare the next generation to thrive in a changing world.

Who you'll meet

Educators working across disciplines in formal education and beyond; curriculum, professional development, and technology leads; researchers; school and university leaders; and students.

Featured speakers

Joe Dombrowski

Joe Dombrowski

Stand Up Comedian and Kindergarten Teacher

Tailyr Irvine

Tailyr Irvine

Salish and Kootenai Photographer from the Flathead Reservation in Montana

Laura McBain

Laura McBain

SK12 Lab Director of Community and Implementation, Stanford d.school

Dr. Jack Monell

Dr. Jack Monell

Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Justice Studies, Winston-Salem State University

Featured sessions

One Font Does Not Fit All: Type Design and Comprehension – S283(opens up in a new window)

Zoya Bylinskii, Ph D. Research Scientist, Adobe Creative Intelligence Lab

Explore how type customization can impact students’ speed of reading comprehension and how the science of type influences individual reading outcomes.

Resources to Spark Creative Learning with Emerging Tech – S284(opens up in a new window)

Laura McBain, K12 Lab Director of Community & Implementation, Stanford d.school

Ariam Mogos, Futurist Fellow in the Stanford d.school K12 Lab, Stanford d.school

Explore how Stanford d.school Rep magazine can equip educators to teach their students about the concepts and social implications of emerging technologies.

Student Success from Campus-wide Use of Creative Cloud – S286(opens up in a new window)

Dr. Melissa Vito, Vice Provost for Academic Innovation, University of Texas San Antonio (UTSA)

Ryan McPherson, Associate Professor of Practice , University of Texas San Antonio (UTSA)

Learn how the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) is empowering students across the campus to be successful digital storytellers with Creative Cloud.

Make the most of Adobe Creative Cloud by learning key techniques, timesaving tips and tricks, and new ways of working across multiple design disciplines and industries. Topics cover all aspects of design from web and mobile graphics to logos, icons, illustrations, publications, data visualization, photo manipulation, and compositing. This track will be led by pioneers and thought leaders in the design space who will inspire you by sharing their strategies and techniques.

Who you'll meet

Designers working across multiple design disciplines, including 3D: graphic designers, graphic artists, 3D designers, print designers, creative directors, art directors, publication designers, print production pros, and students.

Featured speakers

COVL

COVL

Multidisciplinary Artist and Storyteller

Mark Heaps

Mark Heaps

Head of Brand and Creative, Groq, Inc.

Laci Jordan

Laci Jordan

Multidisciplinary Designer, Illustrator, and Creative Director, So Laci Like

Kladi Vergine

Kladi Vergine

Designer, Visual Strategist, Instructor, and Author, Studio Printmysoul

Featured sessions

Building with Style Types in InDesign – L312(opens up in a new window)

Chad Chelius, Adobe Certified Instructor, Author, Consultant, Chelius Graphic Services

Learn how to leverage the power of styles in InDesign and deliver consistent formatting throughout your document design layouts with the click of a button.

Getting Started with Compositing – L364(opens up in a new window)

Khara Plicanic, Digital Creator

Learn Photoshop in this fun, beginner compositing lab, and get a step-by-step introduction to the basics as you manipulate and combine photos into a new image.

Photoshop Design Magic: Working from Anywhere – L367(opens up in a new window)

Rob de Winter, Adobe Certified Instructor and Designer, DWM Trainingen

Use the latest Photoshop features wherever you are to create fantastic composites with text, selections, special effects, and brushes.

If you’re a beginner looking to learn from creative experts who draw, paint, and illustrate, this track teaches you tactical skillsets and insider tips you can use right away. If you’re an experienced professional, you’ll learn industry secrets and discover new specialties from the top names working today. Either way, join this track for ideas, inspiration, and skill building from leading digital artists who’ll share their insights, trade secrets, and processes.

Who you'll meet

Creative experts who draw, paint, and illustrate, such as professional illustrators, digital artists, 3D designers, graphic artists, creative directors, and art directors. Also students and others new to digital illustration and painting.

Featured speakers

Rob Generette

Rob Generette

Illustrator, Zilla!

Alice Lee

Alice Lee

Muralist and Painter

Alexandria Neonakis

Alexandria Neonakis

Freelance Concept Artist and Illustrator, Alexandra Neonakis Illustration

Spencer Nugent

Spencer Nugent

Illustrator and Founder, Sketch a Day

Featured sessions

Developing Your Drawing Skills with Fresco – L407(opens up in a new window)

Spencer Nugent, Illustrator and Founder, Sketch A Day

Learn to develop your drawing skills with Adobe Fresco. Discover tips to sketch everyday objects, speed your creative workflow, and use perspective drawing.

Exploring the Newest Features in Adobe Fresco – L409(opens up in a new window)

Kyle Webster, Senior Design Evangelist, Adobe

Explore the latest features in Adobe Fresco, including perspective drawing, adding motion, and making nondestructive changes to illustrations and paintings.

Digital Landscape Studies: Plein Air to Studio with Adobe Fresco – S401(opens up in a new window)

Alexandria Neonakis, Freelance Concept Artist and Illustrator, Alexandria Neonakis Illustration

Learn how to create digital sketches and landscape studies outdoors on location with Adobe Fresco and then finish as a painting on the desktop with Photoshop.

Spark your passion for photography with sessions that will help you improve your photography skills and create great photos with your smartphone or DSLR camera. Learn how to perfect your photos so they look exactly how you imagined them, and even create different looks from a single photograph. See how you can easily shoot, edit, and share your photos from anywhere and effortlessly move your images, along with your edits, between your mobile devices and desktop. Gain ideas, inspiration, and hands-on practice with leading photographers and Adobe experts in sessions, hands-on labs, and experiential workshops.

Who you'll meet

Anyone interested in photography and improving photos for professional or personal use.

Featured speakers

Esther Havens

Esther Havens

Humanitarian Photographer and Storyteller

Kenneth Hines Jr.

Kenneth Hines Jr.

Multi-Discipline Photographer

Aundre Larrow

Aundre Larrow

Photographer

Monaris

Monaris

Street Photographer

Featured sessions

Mobile Magic: Powering Up Your Mobile Photography Game – L460(opens up in a new window)

Lisa Carney, Photographer, Retoucher, Photoshop and Lightroom Educator

Harness the synergy that comes from combining Photoshop Lightroom for mobile and Photoshop on the iPad for powerful photo editing and working with PSD files.

Vivid Imagery: Making Colors Pop with Lightroom – S451(opens up in a new window)

Jessica Zollman, Photographer

Learn how to use Photoshop Lightroom color correction tools to turn an otherwise ordinary photograph into a vibrant and eye-catching final image.

Creating Beautiful Nature Photographs with Lightroom – S453(opens up in a new window)

Nicole Young, Professional Photographer and Author

Explore the world of nature and landscape photography and get valuable insight into how to use Lightroom on your mobile phone or tablet to edit photos anywhere.

Learn how to establish your brand, grow a following, and create standout social media content without breaking a sweat. Whether you’re just getting started or you’re a pro on the go, you’ll learn how to create professional-quality graphics, photos, and videos in just a few clicks, get practical tips for sharing on platforms like TikTok and Instagram, and find out how to level up your social presence, all while connecting with and learning from other social content creators.

Who you'll meet

Anyone who wants to make great photo, video, or graphic content for social — whether they’re working solo to share their passion, creating content as part of a team, or just want to stand out from the crowd.

Featured speakers

Mikos Adams

Mikos Adams

Brand Strategist

Anna Prosser

Anna Prosser

Creator and Streamer

Valentina Vee

Valentina Vee

Director and Video Trainer

Shyne Webster

Shyne Webster

Designer, Brand Coach, and Adobe Spark Ambassador, Designed by Shyne

Featured sessions

Must-Know Social Media Marketing Techniques – S506(opens up in a new window)

Phil Pallen, Personal Branding Expert

Explore how to get noticed and decide whether new platforms like TikTok and Clubhouse are worth your time, and see tactics for connecting with your audience.

Filming Creative Social Media Videos on Mobile with Premiere Rush – S507(opens up in a new window)

Amber Torrealba, Filmmaker, Content Creator, and Adobe Ambassador

Get tips for shooting including lighting and framing and further enhancing social media videos with your phone using the built-in camera in Adobe Premiere Rush.

Social Media in 2022: How Creators Can Thrive – S509(opens up in a new window)

Nicte Cuevas, Principal and Creative Cultivator, Nicte Creative Design

See how creators can thrive in the future of social media through connections on platforms like Instagram, TikTok, Clubhouse, and more that amplify and convert.

If you’re interested in designing websites, mobile apps, and other types of digital experiences, then this track is for you. Whether you’re completely new to UI/UX design or an experienced designer looking to grow your skills, these sessions and labs will cover everything from getting started with Adobe XD to advanced prototyping techniques and design systems. Hear from XD team members and users to learn about designing websites, apps, and other digital experiences with XD; how to use XD alongside other Creative Cloud apps like Photoshop and Illustrator; and how to build design systems and collaborate with developers.

Who you'll meet

UX and UI designers, product designers, mobile app designers, web designers, developers, interaction designers, creative directors, and design students.

Featured speakers

Marisa Blair

Marisa Blair

Digital Designer and Content Creator, xo pixel

Jessica Moon

Jessica Moon

Senior Design Manager, Adobe

Howard Pinsky

Howard Pinsky

Senior XD Evangelist, Adobe

Fabricio Teixeira

Fabricio Teixeira

Design Partner, Work & Co.

Featured sessions

Build Smarter Workflows with Adobe XD and Photoshop – L543(opens up in a new window)

Rebecca Ferguson, XD Lead, ThoughtWorks

Learn how to use Adobe XD and Photoshop to create an easier process to deliver more complete experience designs, interactive prototypes, and asset libraries.

Designing Incredible Web Experiences in Adobe XD – L544(opens up in a new window)

Joan Lafferty, Principle Product Manager, Adobe XD, Adobe

See how to use Adobe XD to design incredible web experiences. Learn how to create responsive, dynamic websites with interactions, animations, and anchor links.

Exploring Future Frontiers for UI/UX Design – S534(opens up in a new window)

Patricia Reiners, Freelance UI/UX designer

Discover futuristic use cases for product and experience design for voice, AR/VR, 3D, and beyond, and learn how they can be prototyped with Adobe XD.

Learn how to bring creative ideas to life and develop the skills for editing video, designing motion graphics, creating animations, applying visual effects, and more. From shooting and editing videos to designing for motion, you’ll understand how to capture, edit, and finesse your clips with the video tools available in Creative Cloud.

Who you'll meet

Editors, motion graphic designers, post-production professionals, educators, photographers and designers, and other creative pros who want to learn how to design for motion or work with video.

Featured speakers

Kyle Hamrick

Kyle Hamrick

Senior Motion Designer, School of Motion

Josh Olufemii

Josh Olufemii

YouTube Creator and Premiere Pro Trainer, Josh Olufemii

Mandy Celine

Mandy Celine

Cinematographer, Editor, and Owner of a Post-Production Editing Agency

Luisa Winters

Luisa Winters

Adobe Certified Instructor

Featured sessions

Learning Premiere Pro Basics in One Hour – L572(opens up in a new window)

Josh Olufemii, YouTube Creator and Premiere Pro Trainer

Attend this lab to kick-start your Adobe Premiere Pro editing journey by learning Premiere Pro basics so you can create and edit videos.

Beginning Motion Design: Must-Know Techniques – L573(opens up in a new window)

Nol Honig, Designer and Director, The Drawing Room

Explore motion design and learn basic After Effects techniques. Starting with a drawing made in Illustrator, you’ll create a simple motion design project.

Leveling Up Your Branding with Premiere Pro – L578(opens up in a new window)

Valentina Vee, Director and Video Trainer

Learn how to use Premiere Pro to customize the look and feel of your content including color palette, templates, and other assets to create consistent branding.

Featured product team members

Chantel Benson

Chantel Benson

Senior Product Manager, Aero

Victoria Nece

Victoria Nece

Senior Product Manager, After Effects

Ben Warde

Ben Warde

Lightroom Ecosystem Product Manager

Stephen Nielson

Stephen Nielson

Director of Photoshop Product Management

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