There has been an uprising of sites which allow you to upload pieces of your design work and get user feedback. Sites such as Dribbble.com, Forrst.com, Coroflot.com, and more…Behance.net has added some of the greatest features over the years to their site to allow designers or developers a nice home to display their work if they for example don’t have their own private website. A couple years back Behance simply didn’t impress me. Sure you could upload your work but for me it seemed like a site to host your work on if you already didn’t know how to build your own website. Now that I’ve revisited Behance.net I take back all my thoughts.
The process of uploading work is seamless and almost effortless. Some images need to be set at a certain size but other than than you just upload jpegs, or pngs or your work, enter a little information about the project and your’re golden.
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There’s a new feature which is similar to Dribbble.com on Behance.net that allows you to upload screenshots of what you are currently working on rather than completed projects. This allows the website to be more of a social platform too as users can comment or like each others art.
Overall I’m in love with the user interface. It’s simple and easy to use which is the most important thing on a website. The style is modern and flowing which will stand with time.
Andy Leverenz – has written 64 posts on this site.
Andy is a designer and developer from Saint Louis, Missouri. He enjoys designing both usable and scaleable interactive based experiences. Whenever he’s not designing, Andy enjoys being active with weight training and the great outdoors. Follow him on Twitter @justalever