Well actually I’ve had my Behance.net account for many months already, but couldn’t find any time to organize and prepare my portfolio before uploading it.
Behance is the leading online platform for creative professionals. That’s what they say ;) But, hey, it’s another place to publish your portfolio if you’re a creative. It’s been out there for quite some time and it truly seems to be a good one. I like the simplicity of updating my profile, creating a new folder (“Project”) and uploading multiple images with one click. Customizing the color scheme and fonts is another huge plus for me. As much as I like it simple and I’m not any more into over-customizing everything (maybe it’s also the matter of having no time for it…), some images just look better on dark, and some on light backgrounds right? ;)
And it really is one of the super inspiring places on the internet. Filled with (and reserved for) professional artists from all over the world, it can be a sweet treat to browse through so many beautiful stuff of all kinds.
I suppose it’s a great networking tool as well but I can’t say anything about that part yet, since I’ve been using it for 2 days now.
Anyway, I do recommend getting an account if you can. Or just bookmarking and visiting for your viewing pleasure ;)
And of course please stop by and check my portfolios from time to time: www.behance.net/PUNIAF
I’m happy to share with you that, starting with a surprising email (read below), my website www.PUNIAFproductions.com just got featured in two galleries: cssWOW.com and DesignAddict.pl . YEAH that feels good! ;)
“cssWOW with capital WOW is a collective gallery of the most incredible and the most “WOWed” css codes found over the cyber space.”
“Designaddict is a gallery of inspirational and stunning websites.”
Please check it out:
and don’t forget to VOTE ;)
Also one of my projects is featured here: http://designaddict.pl/2009/09/08/tim-davies-big-band/
Thanks for your support and making me feel appreciated!!
Web design flyer
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