In a sad announcement, Adobe, the creator of Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator, John Warnock, passed away at 82 on Saturday.
The company stated in the early hours of Sunday, withholding the specific death cause of Adobe Co-founder John Warnock.
The news elicited a wave of sorrow within the Adobe community and industry. Shantanu Narayen, the CEO of Adobe, expressed his condolences in an email addressed to the company’s employees, remarking on Warnock’s profound impact over several decades. He described John Warnock as an enduring source of inspiration.
John Warnock, alongside Charles Geschke, embarked on the journey of founding Adobe in 1982. Over the years, Warnock was pivotal in steering the company to prominence in the tech landscape. Although he retired from his CEO position in 2000, his involvement didn’t wane.
Until 2017, John Warnock, Adobe Co-founder, held the position of chairman of the board, a role he shared with Geschke.
The passing of John Warnock signifies the end of an era. Yet, his legacy will undoubtedly live on through his innovations and contributions to shaping today’s digital world.
“With the departure of John Warnock, a visionary force behind Adobe’s rise, a chapter closes, but his innovation’s ink will forever etch the digital canvas of our world.” Get Top Trends always brings top trends for you. So, do not forget to be in touch with us.