A contract is the perfect tool to help you have a clear conversation around expectations with your clients. But what exactly needs to be in one, in order to make it legally legit?
In our latest Creative Career Essentials workshop, Adobe Legal Counsel J.Scott Evans and Adobe Creative Residency manager Julia Tian covered the why and what of contracts and how they can be used to protecting you and your work. They addressed common contract concerns and legal strategies to combat them, such as when clients are perpetually late paying their bills or completely disappear.
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All members of the 2019 Top Talent have been announced!
Members of the Top Talent receive a free Creative Cloud subscription, special website features, extra credentials, and unlock a whole calendar year of opportunities to connect with Adobe and launch their creative careers.
Think you're Top Talent material? Submissions to the Adobe Awards will reopen in early 2020. Follow @adobeawards on social to stay up to speed and get all the program updates.
Artwork by 2019 Top Talent Celia Hsu
There's lots new happening this year to help launch the creative careers of even more young people in every corner of the globe. Here are the highlights:
Qualify for the cross-category Xd prize
Use Adobe Xd in your entry (in any category!) and you'll be in the running for extra recognition this year. The Adobe Xd team is awarding a special prize to a future design leader and bringing them to Adobe MAX to experience all things Xd! To be considered, just...
Need to familiarize yourself with Xd? It’s super easy to get started; download Adobe Xd here (it’s totally free!).
Once you’ve submitted your work, sign back in to adobeawards.com and head to your dashboard to access your first Credly badge for your LinkedIn and other social profiles (entrants earn a new badge in each phase of the competition!). PLUS –
You’ll also find the official image templates waiting in your dashboard for sharing your entry artwork on social media. Instructions on how to customize the template with your art are located in the CELEBRATE modal. Upload your art as the background image, then post your competition status on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook using #AdobeAwards. More templates will load into your dashboard as the competition advances.
Join the celebration with your fellow Adobe Awards entrants, and tell Adobe how we can launch your career in your posts. We’ll be watching – and listening...
Create a profile with your Adobe ID
Upload your work on behance
Connect to the community
Launch your career
The Adobe Awards are open to all aspiring young creators who are over the age of 18. Adobe tools must have contributed to the creation of your entry.
Career art and design professionals are NOT eligible. If you have professional experience and training in any creative field that puts you at a distinct advantage over students and emerging creators, your entry will be disqualified.
For the full list of eligibility criteria, refer to the official rules.