Adobe Teams With Apple For Web Conference

Adobe is teaming up with Apple to sponser a conference focused on designing and creating content specifically for the World Wide Web. The "Creating for the Web" conference will be held at the end of September in Boston, MA, and is expected to attract Web designers and graphic artists from all over the world. According to conference organizers:

Design and creative professionals from around the world will gather in Boston this September for the "Creating for the Web" conference to be held September 28-30 at the Hynes convention center in downtown Boston.

The conference will educate all levels of graphic designers and web site developers on the latest tools and techniques for creating and maintaining dynamic web content. Instructional sessions include: Developing Flash ? and animation files, Adding streaming media with QuickTime?, Creating sites with Adobe GoLive? and Macromedia DreamWeaver?, DHTML, JavaScript and using Photoshop.for the Web.

Top talent from around the world are scheduled as presenters and instructors. Roger Black, the internationally acclaimed designer responsible for such sites as and MSNBC will be a keynote speaker along with Tim Brunelle who is responsible for Volkswagen?s interactive and web strategies at Arnold Communications. Other speakers include: Ian Kovalik the creative director at award winning interactive design firm and Jennifer Smith, vice president at American Graphics Institute.

Adobe Systems, the primary sponsor of the event, will show its new web animation software LiveMotion and a new version of its Web site authoring software, GoLive. Apple Computer is also sponsoring the event and will be showing the latest G4 PowerMacintosh computer systems at the conference.

You can find more information, including registration deadlines, at the "Creating for the Web" web site.