My first thought when I think about behance is  “Great website”. Seriously it is one great looking website, and it is more than “a must have” for every designer who takes his work seriously.

If you work as a designer one is certain you know about Adobe. Adobe provided us all with the tools of our choice and it is everything you need if you consider yourself a designer. And Behance is conected with Adobe in a best way. It is part of it. Because Behance was created as a unit within Adobe, it has the same convenient functions as most Adobe products. For starters, you can download the mobile app from the iTunes app store or Google Play. Use “Behance Display” to customize and view your profile even when you don’t have internet access. When you do have internet, Behance can be connected to your Creative Cloud Desktop application. From here you’ll receive real-time feedback from your profile and discover new creative work.

It is also conected to social network platforms like Facebook and many other.

Every profile is full of sections that gives you most beautyful CV and portfolio that you can find on the internet. And it is confirmed by thousands of users on Behance and so much inspiration and nice looking portfolios. You can also take matters into your own hands and find your next client by searching the job listing section. Filter your options by location, field and company and apply directly through the Behance platform.

You can also get Featured on Behance main page by following these simple steps, but don’t get confused 🙂 It is not that easy to earn that spot. Try following these steps and maybe you can get it to the top of the designers world.

Behance Featured Autor guide:

  1. Projects should have 6-20 images.
  2. Project images should be large, “ideally around 1400 pixels.”
  3. Don’t add watermarks or other distracting marks.
  4. Completely finished projects have a better chance ending up in a curated gallery than a Work In Progress.
  5. Choose a flattering cover photo for your projects.
  6. Choose the proper Creative Field for a project.
  7. Be specific about your role in the project.
  8. Tag your work and include your team.
  9. List the tools you used to help categorize your work.