John Warnock, who helped start Adobe and was a visionary in the tech business, died on Sunday at the age of 82.
In a message that came out early on Sunday, the company said that he had died.
No one knows for sure what caused Warnock’s death. In an email to employees, Adobe’s CEO, Shantanu Narayen, said, “It is a sad day for the Adobe community and the industry, for which he has been an inspiration for decades.”
Moreover, In 1982, John Warnock and Charles Geschke started a company called Adobe. His efforts changed the direction of digital innovation over a long period of time.
He was CEO until he retired in 2000. As head of the board, he and Geschke were both very important to the company until 2017.
The tech world saddened by the death of an important innovator whose impact will live on in Adobe’s development and the progress of digital creativity.