Learn how to create and use a Moodboard in Behance.
- [Instructor] Hi, and welcome to Design Tools Weekly with me, Tony Harmer. Now lots of designers and creatives use Pinterest to collect together visual references and inspirations from around the world and the web, and that's fine, but did you know there's also a way you can do that with work that's on Behance? Well let me show you how you can create a mood board, it is really simple, and I'm sure you'll have lots of fun adding your own references to your own mood boards. So here I have a piece of work by my friend Ranga, but what his real full name, Ranganath Krishnamani, and what I'm going to do is click through into this project and take a look at his work he's been doing in the period of quarantine. And I can go ahead and find things that I like here, and examine them, and add projects to a mood board. To do that, you move over to this button just here, add to mood board. Okay, and then you need to create a mood board, or choose from your list. Now in the account I'm using at the moment, I don't have any mood boards, so let's work through that. If I click create mood board, I need to give it a name. I'm going to call this one Ranga, like so, because I might collect several of his pieces here. Okay, and then save that work to my mood board. And if I just go ahead, here is my mood board, and I could make it so that other people could check out my mood boards as well. You can see here that you can edit a mood board, add co-owners if you want to make it part of a team project, and also if you didn't want it to be publicly searchable, you could also make the mood board private, and your option here to delete the mood board is down at the bottom. So there you go, do explore the options presented to you by creating a Behance mood board. I'm sure you'll love them, but for me, that's all for now, so until next week, see ya.
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