Adobe recently launched Adobe Portfolio, an easy way to share your creative work with the web. In this article we’ll take a look around and answer some of the questions I’ve been asked.

Don’t Let That Pricing Fool You

One of the things I hear is people tell me ‘I’m paying for the Creative Cloud, I don’t want to spend more’, and I couldn’t agree more. Your Portfolio site is included in your Creative Cloud subscription, there’s no more to pay, this is true for the Creative Cloud Photography plan and the full Creative Cloud.

Sign in to your Creative Cloud account and click the Get Started Button (see above).

Manage Content



Portfolio syncs your Behance account but it doesn’t have to. You have full control over what’s displayed:



You can even change the details of the Projects here too. Everything is editable.



Add Non Behance Items

You’re not limited to using Behance of course, by adding a new project you can add all manner of items:



portfolio_07Once you create a new Project you can if you wish sync it with Behance:



External Links

Make sure people can find you. At the top of the screen you’ll see a Navigation pane, clicking the pencil allows you to customise this, including external links and links to your social media accounts;



Here you can see I’ve added a few links to some websites, and I’ve added a background texture, from Fotolia of course!


Make it Public

Portfolio is a great way to make your Behance, or aspects of your Behance account to be viewable by all giving you a ‘shop window’ of your work.

Sign up to Adobe Portfolio here

Find out more about Portfolio here

As always, a huge thanks to Eric for supplying this tutorial. Stay tuned for next week and in the meantime, check out more of his tutorials on his website, YouTube and you can find him on Facebook and Twitter should you wish to get in touch with him!