Visual creatives need to show their work to attract new opportunities, and there are a number of different platforms for displaying your work. You could also have your own website, but often a website ends up being incomplete and neglected by owner and audience alike. Behance, the Adobe creative hiring platform, offers services that are included in your Creative Cloud subscription to display your work and possibly solve your website woes. Find out more in this episode of Design Tools Weekly.
- [Tony] Hi and welcome to Design Tools Weekly … with me, Tony Harmer. … This week, I'm wondering, … are you putting your work out there? … Especially if you're a freelancer, … it's super important to do that, … and even as part of a team. … And for both of those instances, … as a team and as individuals, … you can put your work onto Behance. … This is where you can be discovered by other creative peers. … But not only that, … it's also a hiring site. … There's a hiring version of Behance … that I believe is the most used creative hiring platform … in the United States. … You can add all of your different projects here … and you can dig right into how they're made … and all of the different aspects. … It's a great way to share your work … and talk about what you're doing … and also to gain appreciation from the community, … which is never a bad thing. … You can also use it to create Moodboards for inspiration. … So if you're browsing through Behance … and you see things that you like, …
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