On Thursday 28th November, it was an honour to be part of the graduation event (Grad X) for the Design Faculty at Swinburne University.
During this special event, it was publicly announced that Swinburne has become Australia’s first Adobe Creative Campus. This means that every student and teacher at the university gets access to the Adobe Creative Cloud applications for their personal devices.
Swinburne has joined an exclusive group of over 20 universities and colleges globally who share a commitment to ensuring their students have the digital literacy skills required in today’s digital world.
Click here to see the official press release.
It was a delight to hand out a number of awards to design graduates during various stages and venues at this graduation.
Part of the graduation event also included giving the students an opportunity to to do a drawing competition with the new Adobe Fresco app where the winners could win a $250 gift voucher. Special thank you to Adobe Solution Consultant Brian Chau for help running this competition.
Find out more about the value of the Adobe Creative Campus program via this video case study from the first university to take up this program – The University of Nth Carolina, Chapel Hill.