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MacDesign Conference to be held in Chicago

updated 03:20 pm EST, Wed March 17, 2004

MacDesign Conference

The second annual returns to Chicago's Convention Center from June 2-4, 2004. Apple and other industry leaders--including Adobe, Wacom, Peachpit Press, and Hewlett Packard--will be exhibiting at the show. The Conference offers three days of Macintosh-based instruction with more than 50 sessions of in-depth training on Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, InDesign, After Effects, QuarkXPress, Final Cut Pro, and Mac OS X as well as a special training track for the iLife applications (iMovie, GarageBand, iDVD, iTunes) and the iPod.

"Last year's conference was such an overwhelming success, we're returning to Chicago this year with an even bigger, even better conference," said Scott Kelby, Conference Technical Chair and Editor-in-Chief of Mac Design Magazine. "We're bringing together the most creative, talented and gifted instructors, including design industry heavyweights like Bert Monroy, Deke McClelland, Dave Cross, Jim DiVitale, Jay Nelson, and Terry White (among others), plus a who's who of the hottest Macintosh gurus, including David Pogue, Bob LeVitus, Chris Breen, and Adam Engst."

Registration for the three-day event is $400 for early-bird registrants, and $500 after April 30, 2004, and includes admission to the keynote address, all conference sessions, some after-hours events, an expo pass, and a detailed training workbook which includes handouts for every conference session.

by MacNN Staff




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