January 21, 2006
Visit the ADIM 9 website
Russell Preston Brown–ADIM host and Senior Creative Director, Adobe Systems
Julieanne Kost–Digital Imaging Evangelist, Adobe Systems
Michael Ninness–Executive Director, Lynda.com
Mordy Golding–Adobe Certified Expert and Adobe Certified Print Specialist
Adam Pratt –Application Engineer, Adobe System
ADIM 9 will take you through a real-world project and develop a brand identity for a new line of Western regional wines. You will design, brand, and label a family of red and white wines,as well as package them and create additional materials to promote the wines.
The goal of this conference is to help you improve your office workflow and make your Creative Suite 2 projects more efficient. In the process of designing your brand, you will learn from some mighty fine tips and tricks from some of the best dang Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Acrobat experts this side of the Mississippi.
Now in its 19th year, the Art Directors Invitational Master Class (ADIM) is the essential hands-on instructional gathering where top art directors, designers, illustrators, and photographers come together to learn about the hottest creativity tools and techniques using Adobe products as well as the latest technology from Apple Computer. ADIM’s limited class size offers participants the unique opportunity to learn from the best instructors in the industry in an intimate and inspiring environment. No other conference provides the in-depth and hands-on learning experience as ADIM.
March 29: Photoshop Tips & Tricks Workshop, hosted by Michael Ninness
March 29 – April 1: ADIM 9 conference
Portola Plaza Hotel
Two Portola Plaza
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone: (831) 649-4511
Fax: (831) 649-4115
ADIM 9 Room Rate – starting at $184/night*
*to make reservations at the group rate, please reserve your room by March 7, 2006 and say you’re with ADIM 9
Projects are designed to enhance the class learning and provide opportunities for attendees to develop new skills. ADIM 9 participants will create a complete branding campaign for a personalized bottle of wine. This will consist of a logo, packaging photos, advertising poster, and a QuickTime banner advertisement, which will all be packaged into a DVD portfolio using Apple DVD authoring. Using Adobe Illustrator and the latest laser engraving process, participants will also be burning their designs into wood, aluminum and other materials.
Topics covered in class include:
* Adobe Photoshop
* Adobe Illustrator
* Adobe GoLive
* Apple DVD authoring
Cancellation Policy: You will receive a full refund on cancellations made on or before
March 7, 2006.
Referral Bonus: If a new or past ADIM attendee refers an individual who subsequently signs up to be a paid attendee, the referrer will get $100 per attendee off their tuition (limit of 5).
ADIM tuition Includes:
* All breakfasts and lunches
* Opening and closing night reception and dinners
* All ADIM 9 attendees will receive:
– free copy of Adobe Web Bundle, which includes Adobe Creative Suite 2 Premium and Macromedia Studio 8 – a $1,800 value
– free copy of FontAgent Pro – a $99 value
– unreleased Logitech product – a $149 value
– plus other software give-aways, training materials and more!
The Art Directors Invitational Master Class (ADIM) was born 19 years ago at a pool party hosted by Stanford University executive Della van Heyst for a visiting group of publishers. Albert Chu of Apple arrived at the party with a Macintosh 512K, and gave a demo that inspired a desire for more hands on information. The 3-day Master Class morphed over time from the Stanford Art Directors Invitational Master (SADIM) Class into the Art Directors Invitational Master (ADIM) Class, but the driving force behind it has always been Della van Heyst, The Van Heyst Group, and Adobe creative director, Russell Preston Brown.
The class might be held on the Stanford University campus, in a beach front hotel in California, or in the heart of Manhattan, but the goal has never changed: Bring graphics professionals together to immerse them in new creative techniques using the latest software and hardware. Add props, prizes, and provocative events (often in costume!) and let the creativity flow.