Main Keynote Speaker

MEDHAT EID Adobe Creative Ambassador

Graphic-Design InternationalConsultant and Expert

The expert and international trainer Medhat Eid is considered to be the first Arabian entrepreneur who has the strongest international participation in Adobe’s community.
Started his career as a Graphic Designer in 1992 and led the Graphic Design revolution training in Jordan in 2003.
With more than 51 international certificates,Medhat Eid is consulted by Adobe in integrating and supporting the Arabic languagein its programs.
And is one of the leading activists who are responsible for arranging Adobe’s conferences, seminars, and workshops in Jordan and the Middle East.


Created and founded by Medhat Eid, Inspire ME is one of the most famous and powerful creativity conferences in the Middle East, which covers the latest developments in Adobe’s world.
Inspire ME monthly workshops, seminars, and dialogue sessions are held throughout the year in order to spread knowledge in the Jordanian Design society, especially among creative entrepreneurs and startups in order to discover and grind their talents.

Medhat Eid as the first Arabian individual, who participated in the global Adobe “MAX Conference”, was successfully selected as an assistant for this most recognized world trainers association. 
Eid has also participated in the annual Adobe project named”Make a Masterpiece Adobe”.

After making a strong foothold for himself in the local Jordanian market, many leading international and local organizations request his advice in developing technical strategic plans and finding practical solutions for their creative departments.

Medhat Eid: Top Ten Adobe Ambassadors in the World 2021

Interview from the “Jordan News” Jordanian Newspaper

Medhat Eid started his career at Ad-Dustour daily in 1992. There he worked as a calligrapher at a time when all newspaper designs were done by hand.

As Ad-Dustour started digitizing, Eid was exposed to Adobe programs, which he eagerly learned and he became the head of the advertising design department.
Eid told Jordan News in an interview that he has 51 international certificates from Adobe, something he’s strived hard to achieve.
Moving on from newspapers and advertising, Eid decided to pass on the knowledge and skill he had acquired. He began teaching graphic design courses at Al-Quds College in 2003 and established the college’s graphic design department.

In 2009, Eid founded Inspire Me, an Adobe-authorized training center that offers graphic design courses. The center seeks to equip designers with the knowledge and skills necessary to advance themselves in their field.

Many companies turn to advertise agencies, which costs them a lot, Eid explained. Because the designers aren’t necessarily familiar with the company’s products or vision, it can be difficult to convey to them what is required.
As a result, many companies have turned to in-house design, assembling creative departments and hiring their own graphic designers. This allows them to lower their costs and offers them greater control over their company’s branding.
“At Inspire Me, we train these teams on … Adobe solutions,” Eid said. “We provide trainees with international certificates from Adobe.”

Eid participates in Adobe conferences in the US. Adobe Max is the largest Adobe conference in the world and is held in a different state every year. He’s been to three Adobe Max conferences — in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Las Vegas. There, he was the first Arab trainer assistant to the most known trainers in graphic design, he explained. 

Eid worked hard to expand and support Adobe’s Arabic content, he said, which is why Adobe chose him to be one of five individuals in the world to display their work at the Adobe Max conference in a project called “Make a Masterpiece Adobe”.

Furthermore, he was among the top five in the world who launched the Adobe Fix program and among 18 designers that developed Adobe Bridge.

His latest achievement was to be the first Arab and the second person worldwide among Adobe’s top 10 ambassadors. He said that Adobe gives such titles to the most effective individuals in their community based on their activities such as holding conferences, courses, and seminars.

Eid launched the Inspire Me conference in 2010; the largest graphic design conference in the Middle East, he contended. Eid believes this was the primary reason Adobe selected him to be one of its 500 ambassadors.


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