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Adobe brings the creative revolution to Auckland

Adobe brings the creative revolution to Auckland Town Hall

The free Adobe Live two day conference gets Auckland’s creative juices flowing!

Sydney, Australia — 10 July, 2006 — First there was the industrial revolution. Then the digital revolution. Now Adobe is bringing on the creative revolution! Adobe Systems today announced that its revolutionary creative conference, Adobe Live is coming to Auckland Town Hall. Adobe urges Auckland-siders not to let this revolution pass them by and get the low down of Adobe’s creative manifesto by attending the free two day event on 17th and 18th of July.

Adobe Live will bring creative power to the people, covering the latest and greatest developments and tools in the world of print, web design and film making. Leading visionaries in the creative industry will reveal tips and tricks in a series of talks and live demonstrations. Adobe will also showcase the best of the best in Australian and New Zealand creative talent.

If you have ever wanted to know how to:

- Give your films the “blockbuster” look and feel that would even make Spielberg sit up and take notice
- Add motion to your print designs, to create dynamic moving images
- Make a revolutionary website – as opposed to a stock standard generic one

…Then this is the event for you.

Leading “creative revolutionaries” from Adobe will show attendees how to create breakthrough experiences with its flagship design solutions, Creative Suite, Studio 8 and Production Studio.

For more information, visit the website at: http://events.adobe.co.uk/events/cgi/event.cgi?country=pa&eventid=3233

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