- What is Behance and how does it fit into Creative Cloud?
- What is ProSite?
- How can I share to Behance from the Creative Cloud, Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign CC?
- How can I access Behance within Creative Cloud's desktop app?
- I already use Creative Cloud and ProSite. What do I do now that ProSite is included in my Creative Cloud membership?
- I’m having trouble sharing my work to Behance from Creative Cloud or Photoshop CC.
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Behance is the leading online platform to showcase and discover creative work. The creative world updates their work in one place to broadcast it widely and efficiently. Post your work directly to Behance from Creative Cloud and select Adobe Tools (presently Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, & Lightroom CC) by clicking Share. Then, choose Post Publicly. After you enter a few details about your work, it is posted as a "Work in Progress" on Behance.
All paid Creative Cloud memberships (excluding the CC Photography Plan) now include a free subscription to Behance ProSite. ProSite is a personal portfolio site service that syncs with Behance. Create a beautiful, customized personal site, updated from one place. More info.
When viewing or editing a file in Creative Cloud, click Share on the upper-right corner of your screen, then choose Post Publicly. Or, in Illustrator or Photoshop CC, select File > Share to Behance, or click the Share icon in the lower-left corner. If you have a Behance account already, you'll be posting this account, and if you don't have one, you'll create an account as soon as your post your work. Then, enter some details about your work and crop a Cover Image (it's how the cover to your work displays in your Behance Portfolio). Your work is then published on Behance. Click for step-by-step instructions from Creative Cloud or Photoshop.
Adobe Creative Cloud allows you to stay connected with your workgroups and creative community via your desktop, website, or mobile device. Install the desktop app to access your Behance Activity Feed and Portfolio, as well as share and discover new work. If you already have an account, you are prompted to log in. If you don't have an account already, signup is quick and easy. More info here.
I already use Creative Cloud and ProSite. What do I do now that ProSite is included in my Creative Cloud membership?
If you’re currently paying for a Creative Cloud membership, you can publish a ProSite at no further cost. When you’re ready to publish your ProSite, make sure that the Adobe ID you use to log in to Behance is the same one that use to pay for Creative Cloud. If it's not, you can click "use a different Adobe ID" under "Switch Adobe IDs" here - this will associate your Behance account with a different ID.
Nothing happens when I click “Share.”
The Share functionality is a pop-up window. Make sure that you’ve disabled pop-up blockers or other browser add-ons for maximum compatibility. If you’re still having trouble, contact Behance support at http://www.behance.net/faq.
If you’re having trouble connecting your Behance and Creative Cloud accounts:
Contact Behance support at help.behance.com
When signing up for your Behance account, you are prompted to select a user name, which is part of your unique profile URL. Your URL is at Behance.net/user name. You can see the public view of your profile there, or log in to Behance.net for full editing capabilities.
If you don't have a Behance account yet: Definitely! Visit Behance.net and click "Activate Account" or sign in with your Adobe ID to create an account.
If you do have a Behance account: Yes - the only way to log in to Behance is with an Adobe ID, so you are prompted to enter this upon login.
In the Adobe Creative Cloud, what is the difference between Behance ProSite and Adobe Business Catalyst?
Behance ProSite, the newest addition to Adobe Creative Cloud, is a personal portfolio site builder that syncs with your Behance Network projects. With ProSite, you can create a fully customized personal website in minutes that includes your work, additional pages, your resume, and much more. Prosite (normally $100/year) is now available at no additional cost for all paid Creative Cloud members (excluding CC Photography Plan).
The five Business Catalyst websites included in Creative Cloud are designed to help you design, validate, and host websites for your customers, allowing you to foray into web design and development for the SMB market. Once you build a website with Adobe Muse or Adobe Dreamweaver software, you can host it using the Adobe Business Catalyst service, our all-in-one business website platform. Your Adobe Creative Cloud membership includes hosting for up to five Business Catalyst Web Hosting sites.
Behance ProSite and Adobe Business Catalyst are separate services. Both offers are included in Creative Cloud membership.
At this time, it’s only possible to post a WIP (Work in Progress) from Creative Cloud apps straight to Behance. If you’d like to upload a Project, use Behance.net. Here’s a step-by-step on uploading projects to Behance.
While a Work In Progress can't transform into a Project, you can always link a WIP to a Project in the Project Settings on Behance. Your audience can see your process (in the WIP) and then click to see the full, finished project, or the other way around. When you're uploading a new Project or editing an existing one, you can click into Settings and then "Link to WIP. (Click here for more info)
CC trial or free accounts, as well as the CC Photography Plan, does not come with a free ProSite. To redeem your free ProSite, make sure that the Adobe ID you use to log in to Behance is the same one that use to pay for Creative Cloud. If it's not, you can click "use a different Adobe ID" for Behance here.
Within your Behance Account Settings ( https://www.behance.net/account/settings) you can click "use a different Adobe ID" in the "Switch Adobe ID" section to associate your Behance account with another Adobe ID that you have. (You might want to do this if you had two Creative Cloud accounts or Adobe IDs, for example.) If you do this, you'll always login to Behance with the Adobe ID you switched to.