Heads up: Starting now, you’re going to see a good bit of Adobe-related content on College Info Geek for a little while. Why, you ask? Good question.
I just happen to be heading out to San Francisco on Wednesday for Adobe Days, which is a conference Adobe built specifically for student bloggers. I’ll not only get to meet a lot of the people who work at Adobe and tour their campus, but I’ll also finally meet some of my fellow student bloggers in person! This is an opportunity that I’ve been waiting a long time for.
BUT – that’s not the point of this post, and it’s definitely not the only cool thing happening in the coming month. I’ll have a post out either tomorrow or Wednesday to fill you in on all the details of how I’ll be spending the next month. Right now, I want to talk about the Adobe Design Achievement Awards.
Remember when I interviewed Andy Mangold about his project, Crowdstorms, that won the Browser-Based Design award at ADAA 2011? That’s just one of the categories, and your work can get the visibility it deserves just like Andy’s did.
Basically, the Adobe Design Achievement Awards celebrate student and faculty achievement reflecting the powerful convergence of technology and the creative arts since 2001.
The competition – which showcases individual and group projects created with Adobe software – honors the most talented and promising student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers, developers and computer artists from the world’s top institutions of higher education. Read More →