Get Discovered With a Knockout Portfolio

Sarah Rapp, Head of Community Management, Behance (Adobe)

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6 Videos (14m)
    • Introduction

    • Why Portfolios?

    • Making Successful Portfolios

    • Showing Your Work

    • Showing Yourself

    • Connecting with Creatives


About This Class

Over the last couple of years, having an online portfolio has gone from a nice-to-have to a must-have for any creative professional — and Behance is leading the charge to make it possible. In this class, we’ll walk through their list of best practices on how to make a good portfolio great and how to get you and your work discovered in the creative communities you care about. You'll leave this short class with a list of tips on getting an online footprint that shows off who you are, tells the world what you can do, and gets you found.

Behance is a resource for artists to display their work and network for creative jobs.

715 of 822 students recommendSee All

Some userful information here, thank you.
This was a thoughtful overview on the basic benefits of having an online portfolio on a shared platform like Behance. It also stressed the importance of 'following' & 'interacting' with a vibrant community of other creatives.
Fabulous Introduction to a field that didn't even exist when I went to Art School. We knocked on doors with cardboard portfolios... Makes handling and showing a portfolio so much easier. I will start building it right now...





Sarah Rapp

Head of Community Management, Behance (Adobe)

As Head of Community Management, Sarah Rapp's mission at Behance is to empower members to create their best work.  She keeps her finger on the pulse of Behance's immense network of million of creatives that stretches around the world, and constantly experiments with new ways to engage with them. What traditional companies call Marketing, Communications, Social Media, Customer Service, and Evangelism all come together in Community Management at Behance.