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Behance – Creative Integration

 

The site resembles Pinterest but you will not find foodie photos here unless they are part of a creatives profile. Behance enhances your work and works for  discovery.

The site resembles Pinterest but you will not find foodie photos here unless they are part of a creatives profile. Behance enhances your work and works for discovery.

 

Behance, a New York City based “design centrictechnology company” was aquired by Adobe in December. The company has created a platform to showcase creative work and was a response to the  “countless creative professionals suffering from inefficiency, disorganization, and careers at the mercy of bureaucracy”. Interestingly they partnered with LinkedIn in 2010 so ou can add Behance Projects to your LInkedIn Profile for a better showcase on the more business orientated social network.

With the aquisition of the company by Adobe, the platform will be rolled out in more languages as well as expansion of the services and offerings – including integration into Adobe’s production tools and non traditional deployment techniques such as Creative Cloud.

“Adobe has made some bold changes lately, including  breaking the traditional software package model with Creative Cloud, an affordable subscription for Adobe’s creative tools and services, the acquisition of Typekit as a big step forward in offering services that make the web better,  doubling down on HTML5, and becoming a more active contributor to open source essentials like jQuery, PhoneGap and WebKit and developing new open source-based web tools and services that will evolve the web as we know it (http://html.adobe.com/).” – Behance

Upon signing up, based on your criteria, a list of friends from Facebook and also peer portfolios are shown and recommended for following.

Upon signing up, based on your criteria, a list of friends from Facebook and also peer portfolios are shown and recommended for following.