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Facebook is to friends what Behance is to artists: a place to connect, inspire, and get hired. It's a portfolio site that's so much more. You can get artistic feedback, message other creatives, and even find your next job. And with the Creative Cloud, all Adobe users have free access to Behance. In this course, Justin Seeley shows you how to create, share, and find amazing artwork with Behance. He also teaches you how to build a customizable digital portfolio that syncs changes to your Behance projects and allows you to keep your own unique URL.
Hi there, and welcome to Up and Running with Behance. My name is Justin Seeley and I'm a staff author here at lynda.com. You know, whether you're a designer, a developer, a photographer, or just an overall creative professional, Behance is a great community for you to join and be a part of. In this course I'll be showing you the basics of Behance starting with things like setting up your new account, linking your Behance account to your Adobe, Facebook and Twitter IDs, and filling out your profile to share with your community.
From there we'll move on to using the site and I'll show you how to find other people to follow, how to browse the job board, and after that we're going to talk about how to showcase your work on the Behance system. I'll show you how to get your work onto Behance using their upload feature from directly within Adobe Apps. I'll also show you how to start building a community around your work using their appreciate and comments features. And finally, we'll also explore something called ProSite which enables you to host your own website portfolio which is powered by your Behance account.
Finally, I'll show you how you can even use Behance when you're on the go, using their latest mobile applications. Behance is a fun and creative place and I'm excited to share it with you. If you're ready, let's get you up and running with Behance.
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