Adobe MAX 2016 Day 2 - Keynote and Community Pavilion

Day two began early with 8am sessions and labs, followed by an inspiring keynote, featuring thought leaders and artists such as Quentin Tarantino and National Geographic Photojournalist Lynsey Addario.

Community Pavilion

After the Keynote, I actually had time between my Teaching Assistant duties to tour the Community Pavilion and - wow! I thought MAX 2015 was an interactive event, but the 2016 Pavilion was chock full of things for attendees to do - handwriting analysis, drone pilot lessons, the Adobe Make-it booth (bigger and better than ever), your brain on MAX, Social Media Headshots ... and the list (and photos) goes on.

Book signings by keynote speakers and session presenters
My handwriting analysis, courtesy of the Adobe Sign booth
Netflix poster creation with you as the star
MAX Playground
Skateboards designed - top and bottom - during Russell Brown's 3 Day Creative Cloud workshop
Creating your own 3D-printed action figure (of yourself)

All in all, the Community Pavilion and the Keynote presenters were fun, inspiring and a huge boost to my personal creative energies. Being surrounded by so many designers, photographers, teachers, videographers, motion graphics and web pro's was bound to have an impact, if for no other reason than osmosis!

Make sure to check out my other Spark Pages on Adobe MAX 2016:

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