Behance – Creative Portfolios

Behance – Creative Portfolios

By Adobe Inc.

  • Category: Graphics & Design
  • Release Date: 2011-12-21
  • Current Version: 7.1.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 119.01 MB
  • Developer: Adobe Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.68844
4.68844
From 3,046 Ratings

Description

Use Behance for iOS to explore work by the world’s top creative talent wherever you are. Search millions of projects across creative fields and industries, including: Graphic Design Photography Illustration Interaction Design Motion Graphics Architecture Product Design Fashion Advertising Fine Arts Crafts Game Design Sound ...and much more! KEY FEATURES - Browse work curated every day by humans and shared by creatives you follow. - Build moodboards from the projects that inspire you while exploring the community. - Share your own projects from start to finish and get feedback from Behance members. - Watch livestreams to learn the techniques used by leading artists and designers. - Get notified when you receive new comments, appreciations, and followers. - Send and receive private messages and job opportunities. APPLE WATCH - Get quick access to your Inbox and Notifications on the go. - Survey your daily stats on Behance at a glance. ABOUT BEHANCE Behance is the leading online platform to showcase and discover creative work, and is part of the Adobe Family. Terms & Conditions: Your use of this application is governed by the Adobe General Terms of Use (https://www.adobe.com/legal/terms-linkfree.html) and the Adobe Privacy Policy (https://www.adobe.com/privacy/policy-linkfree.html). Do Not Sell My Information: https://www.adobe.com/privacy/ca-rights.html

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Reviews

  • Love the cloud

    5
    By jackroek
    Love it keep it up Adobe HMU if y’all need marketers lol
  • How can I be featured, work or be sponsored by adobe?

    5
    By SchemeOfThings
    Thank you
  • Good quality

    5
    By fadi halak
    Bhopd
  • Best for creatives and enthusiasts

    5
    By Georzey
    I’ve had an amazing experience with the app and the interactions with world class global stars from all walks of life and across different disciplines in digital design, art product design, architecture, engineering and more. The showcasing is bespoke
  • What happened?

    3
    By Comelia 89
    Why can’t I see all of my work? I have multiple folders on my profile and it only shows so many. Actually considering the amount that I do have on it purposely cut some out and I have more views and appreciations on the other ones they’re purposely not showing. I cannot properly show people my portfolio so there’s no point of having this app on my phone.
  • I want to love it

    5
    By Kayla0725
    But the app has never worked properly. Every time I click a notification it goes to the page but will not load it. The post remains blank. Then I have to go to the main feed and the post disappears unless I take the work to search for it, but sometimes I can’t recall the exact wording of the post or which blog it’s on and can’t find it.. happens every time.
  • Cool but the website is better.

    4
    By a girl who likes to draw
    So uhm I love the behance app, it’s not laggy at all, smooth, better quality, buuutttt I can’t add a “work in progress” like I can on the website, and I can’t edit my “about me” on the app either ☹️☹️☹️☹️tell me there’s a way to fix thissss
  • Profile page needs major improvement

    5
    By AnthonypenaNYC
    The profile page needs to be user friendly
  • Great! But could be better

    3
    By d3b5005
    I love the usability of this app, but there are some things that I think could make way better. 1. Add a Dark Mode 2. Adding something to Mood board is difficult when there a lot of them, it won’t let you scroll when trying to add something to new to mood boards 3. The search doesn’t help when I’m trying to find a certain project. Sometimes it just shows me of image of it without leading me to the actual product itself.
  • Apple TV sign in is broken

    2
    By TIPCEE
    ... it’s all in the title.

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