A chance for students to win prizes, Adobe merchandise, and annual Adobe Creative Cloud licenses.
Fresno State will host its first-ever Adobe Day on Thursday, Nov. 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Free Speech Area.
As part of a partnership between the California State University (CSU) system and Adobe, Fresno State students, faculty and staff can subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) for $35 per year through this website: https://tinyurl.com/FSAdobeCC.
Adobe Day, which is open to the entire campus community, will include demonstrations of many of Adobe’s applications, including InDesign, Lightroom, and Spark. Students, faculty and staff will have the opportunity to win Adobe merchandise as well as licenses for Adobe Creative Cloud. There will also be an appearance by Fresno State’s own “Photoshop Man” costumed character who finds superpowers through the use of Photoshop and other Adobe applications.
“The goal of Adobe Day is to showcase all that its Creative Cloud applications have to offer our students, faculty and staff,” said Orlando Leon, Fresno State’s chief information officer. “Adobe products can be used to enhance the creativity and performance of every student and every program on campus and better support student success.”
Adobe Day is a joint venture with Adobe and many programs at Fresno State, including the Office of the President, Office of the Provost, Technology Services, Henry Madden Library, College of Arts & Humanities Technology Committee, DISCOVERe, the Center for Faculty Excellence, the Media, Communications and Journalism Department, and the Department of Art and Design.