Building Your Online Brand: How to Stand Out in a Crowd working with Behance

Building Your Online Brand: How to Stand Out in a Crowd: Behance

As a designer, you produce new concepts, sketches, comps, and final artwork every day. Wouldn’t it be nice if you had a simple, painless way to share that work with the rest of the world. Behance is the leading online platform for showcasing and discovering creative work. Learn how easy it is to share work directly from your favorite Creative Cloud apps, build your presence, create an online portfolio, find an audience and get noticed.

What you’ll learn:

  1. The basics of setting up your Behance profile.
  2. Tips for uploading your work in progress and soliciting feedback from your creative circle.
  3. How to showcase your work on Behance to get discovered by a larger audience.
  4. Find inspiration, network and get new work through the Behance community.
  5. Use Adobe Portfolio to create a portfolio website that draws content from the projects you post on Behance.

What is Behance:

  • Social community for creatives – networking.
  • Inspiration – follow others.
  • Sharing your work – others comment and follow you.
  • Review with clients.
  • Collaborate with colleagues.
  • Jobs search – communicate with job poster for free.
  • Integrated with Adobe CC.

My Profile

Discover

Curated Galleries

Schools

Organizations

Add Work

Activity

Adobe Portfolio

Artist | Designer | Educator| Adobe Certified Expert/Instructor | Adobe Community Professional | Adobe Education Leader | Adobe User Group Manager |

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Chana Messer
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Chana Messer, Behance Members

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