Barrycon Productions Outlines 2007 Conference Program
Press release from the issuing company
Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 16, 2007, Barrycon Productions, an independent event organizer for Adobe products and producer of the Creative Suite, InDesign, Vector and Pixel conferences, today announced their 2007 conference program. Kicking off the New Year, in conjunction with Graphics of the Americas/Xplor, The Creative Suite Conference, February 28 through March 3, 2007, will feature four days of educational classes targeted at graphic designers, art directors, web developers and pre-press professionals. In addition, The Creative Suite Conference will feature the industry’s foremost authorities and expert instructors including David Blatner, Sandee Cohen, Mordy Golding, Claudia McCue, Michael Ninness and Ben Willmore who will teach over 25 individual classes, 5 half-day tutorials and 2 full day classes. The Creative Suite Conference is an independent educational venue that provides an intimate setting and training for users of Adobe’s software suite including Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver, Acrobat, Bridge, GoLive, InCopy, and VersionCue.
“Adobe’s Creative Suite has become the industry standard for creative and graphic arts professionals worldwide,” said Barry Anderson, The Creative Suite Conference founder and organizer. “In addition, the suite is rapidly evolving into a unified workflow of products that will require individual product users some degree of cross-training to fully exploit the suite’s features. Our Creative Suite Conference is the only venue where users can gain the education needed to fully utilize the features of Adobe’s Creative Suite product line.”
The Creative Suite Conference offers attendees smaller, classroom-sized environments with one-to-one access to speakers. In addition, The Creative Suite Conference is produced independently of trade associations, user groups or publications allowing the conference organizers to deliver unbiased educational value.
Barrycon Production also announced five additional events for their 2007 conference program including:
•InDesign Conference, January 31-February 1 in Stockholm, Sweden
•New for Photoshop users, Pixel Conference, April 30-May 3, 2007 in Chicago
•New for Illustrator and Flash users, Vector Conference, May 1-3, 2007 in Chicago
•InDesign Conference, June 4-7, in New York City
•InDesign Conference, August 30-31, 2007 in Melbourne, Australia
The Creative Suite Conference is scheduled for February 28 through March 3, 2007 at the Miami Beach Convention Center and offers full platinum, multiple-day and half-day session passes. In addition, all attendees will receive a detailed conference workbook containing notes, presentation slides and graphics supplied by the instructors from every conference session. For more information on The Creative Suite Conference or Barrycon Productions, visit www.csconference.com, www.barrycon.com or call toll free at 866-518-7200, outside the U.S. at 00-1-612-396-7200.
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