Adobe's MAX 2009 Conference comes to Los Angeles Oct 4-7. This is the place were the Adobe developer and designer community comes together to learn and share best practices, and see emerging technologies. The conference is packed with sessions on cross-media workflows, prototyping, standards-based web design, user interface design, online advertising, interactive games, accessibility, motion graphics, video encoding, video creation, and much more. Choose from hundreds of sessions found at http://max.adobe.com/sessions/ to create an agenda that meets your needs.
Every year, MAX attendees learn tricks for designing more productively and discover new skills for creating engaging experiences. They get sneak peeks of upcoming software and network with some of the top designers in the world. At the end of the four day conference, they're inspired to create next-generation experiences, with heads chock-full of the know-how to make it happen. Here are just a few reasons why MAX is a "must-attend" conference
Full MAX Conference Pass is $1295 if purchased before August 31
Individual Day Pass is regularly $595. IDA gets a $100 discount to $495 by using the promotion code DAY941 and purchasing before September 18. Day Two is a great day with an opening keynote, sessions and labs, sneak peaks, awards, party, and all the Community Pavilion listed above.
Expo only pass is $200 for the entire conference. You get access to the Expo, the Community Pavilion, BOFs at lunch, and "unconferences" which are mini conferences held in the Community Pavilion area http://max.adobe.com/agenda/community/
To register, see all pricing structures, get deadlines and other information go to http://max.adobe.com/registration/