Cool but nerdy-looking types in low-slung jeans and agit-prop t-shirts will be descending on Islington (as if there weren't enough of these types there already) on 5- 6 June 2007 for this year's free Adobe Live show at the Business Design Centre. Guest speakers include 80s creative superstar Neville Brody, cool filmmaker and designer Hillman Curtis and man-with-unreadable-blog Brendan Dawes.
Star attraction will be Adobe's recently released Creative Suite 3, which includes industry-leading design applications such as Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, InDesign and Acrobat.
Adobe Live 2007 focuses on the key areas in the creative industry: Design, Publishing, Photography, Web and Video, and will also feature interactive break-out sessions for each sector involving users’ experiences, going through real-life workflows.
Additionally, for the fist time, Adobe is running a Developer Day in parallel to Adobe Live, at the same venue, on 5 June. This will focus on developing rich Internet applications (RIA), bridging the gap between developer and creative professionals and bringing web skills to the desktop.
Read our reviews of Adobe Creative Suite 3 applications: