Creative people around the world join Behance, entering a community made with their original work and creative process in mind. Here, users showcase their work in the form of profiles comprised of Projects.
A Project is a grouping of images, videos, and other digital content with a related theme or process. Every project has a unique URL that can be shared across the web, as well as a View and Appreciation counter so you can track how many people have seen your project and given you kudos on a job well done. Here is an example of a Project created by the Behance Design Team.
Behance members can Follow your profile and you can, in turn, follow other users. When you Follow someone, their updates (projects they’ve uploaded, Appreciated, or Added to a Moodboard) appear in your For You feed.
The For You feed is the home screen for signed-in Behance creatives. As you follow more profiles, you'll start to see more projects appear in your feed. To view a Project that appears in your For You feed, simply click the Project Cover and the full contents of the project will open for you to view.
In your feed, you may start to notice projects that have a small badge in the corner of the Project Cover. Those projects have been Featured. Our team of curators search for the best creative work on Behance and showcases them using Curated Galleries.
Is Behance Free?
Yes! Participation in Behance is free, and there are no restrictions on the number of projects a member can create. There is also no limit on the number of images/media users can upload. The Behance platform is free for creative professionals across disciplines.
Ready To Jump In?
Here are some links that may help along the way!
- What is a Project?
- How do I fill out my Profile?
- How can I discover awesome work on Behance?
- Technical Info