Behance , part of the Adobe family, is the leading online platform to showcase & discover creative work. The creative world updates their work in one place to broadcast it widely and efficiently. Companies explore the work and access talent on a global scale.
How to get Started Quick Guide:
Creative people around the world join Behance and build profiles comprised of Projects. A Project is a grouping of images, videos, and other digital content with a particular theme or process. Every Project has a unique URL that can be shared all over the internet and leads back to Behance. Each Project has a view and Appreciation counter so you can track how many people have viewed your Project and given you an Appreciation, or kudos on a job well done.
Other members of Behance can Follow your profile and you can, in turn, Follow other members. When you Follow someone, their updates (Projects they’ve uploaded, Appreciated, or Added to a Collection) appear in your Activity Feed.
The Activity Feed is the de-facto home screen for signed-in Behance members. As you follow more profiles, you’ll start to see more Projects appear in your Feed. To view a Project that appears in your Activity Feed, simply click the Project Cover Image and the full contents of the Project will pop open for you to view.
In your feed, you may start to notice Projects that have small badge icons under them. Those are Projects that have been Featured. Our team of curators searches for the best creative work on Behance and promotes it using Curated Galleries.
Behance Portfolio Reviews:
Twice a year Behance presents the Portfolio Review Week, a week of live events organized by the community, aimed at creatives from around the world. The Portfolio Review events are hosted by companies, professional organizations and people interested in putting their creative community in touch and in which the creatives of all disciplines and with different levels of experience participate, looking for inspiration and practical advice on their work…
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