Adobe has a lot of big things happening in education. Recently, Adobe announced the immediate availability of the Adobe Creative Suite 6 Software and the Creative Cloud is expected to be available on Friday, May 11th. Students and Teachers can down the free, 30-day trial (or purchase) on Adobe.com, here: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=master_collection.
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 projectscreated with industry-leadingAdobe creative 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 highereducation.
A board of Educator and industry luminaries advises over the awards. There are 9 board members, 6 educators and 3 luminaries. To learn more about thisyear judges visit the ADAA microsite (http://www.adobeawards.com/us/about/judges/).
The 2012 Adobe Design Achievement Awards give higher education students and faculty from around the world theshortcut to brilliance to propel their careers in the future. Higher education students and faculty can submit entries created with Adobe software to earn a chance at winning recognition, travel, Adobe software, and cash prizes. Both individuals and groups may enter up to three unique projects in the following categories during the entire duration of the contest. ·
- Interactive Media: Browser-Based Design, Non-Browser Based Design, Application Development, Mobile Design, Game Design, Installation Design, Innovation in Interactive Media in Education
- Video and Motion: Animation, Live Action, Motion Graphics, Innovation in Video and Motion in Education
- Traditional Media: Illustration, Packaging, Photography, Print Communications, Innovation in Traditional Media in Education
Finalists will receive Adobe software and a trip to Los Angeles, California where they will be honored in an awards ceremony during Adobe MAX, October 20-24, 2012. Category winners will also receive a cash award of US $3,000. For a complete list of prizes for both individual and group visit the ADAA microsite (http://www.adobeawards.com/us/about/prizes/). The competition is FREE to enter and open to all students, faculty, and staff of higher education institutions around the world. Participants may submit up to 3 times in 13 different student categories and 3 faculty categories. Students are advised to submit their projects forevery academic term from May 2011 through June 2012.
Submission Deadlines: We are in the third and final submission period that closes on June 22, 2012 with the semifinalists being announced in July 2012. Submit Now: www.adobeawards.com