A while back we featured a story on the upcoming technology blitz CreativeTech. This new technology forum offers a broad mix of talks and presentations on design, developing, movie making, photography, audio engineering and more, and it’s only one month away.
And we figure one of our lucky readers might like to head along — for free of course. Not only are we giving away a pass to the event, valued at $120, the winner will also snag for themselves an Adobe Photoshop Elements pack valued at $200.
How to enter
Just tell us what your favourite piece of design is—be it graphic design, architecture, or whatever else inspires you. Send us your suggestion along with a link to the design and you could be sinking your teeth into some serious creative inspiration in one month’s time.
More about CreativeTech
There event offers everything from practical ‘how to’ showcases of the latest Apple, Adobe, FileMaker and Microsoft software, to advanced developing for the iPhone and iPad, and expert insights into tomorrow’s technologies.
Get the low down on the likes of Adobe CS5 and Adobe Elements and Lightroom, Final Cut, and iMovie from the experts at Renaissance and Adobe.
Keynote speakers ‘futurist’ Mark Pesce and MacTheMag (and former Australian Macworld) editor Matthew JC Powell offer expert insights into tomorrow’s technologies and the future of Apple.
While other speakers include 22 year old Australians and successful iPhone developers (Soulver and Picturesque) Zac Cohan and Nik Youdale; KIWA Media VP and QBook developer Roger Shakes; triathlete and iPhone developer Rob Beck; Lee Herbet from Renaissance; and Philip Fierlinger from Xero.
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