Posts Tagged 'behance'

On first ‘site’

Finally I have my first website. Using ‘Prosite’ on Behance made it easy to put together a site with the look and functionality I wanted. All the previous work I put into my project pages on Behance – images, captions and more – payed off and loaded automatically into my design. See my earlier post about the project page here.

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Starting from a Prosite template (in this case basic white), the web interface made it easy to customise the layout without touching a line of code. I liked the option to create my own icon for  iPad and other mobile devices. This icon appears if my site is added to the home screen of such a device.

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Now I am set to let this site grow over time and become the center of my web presents. Please let me know if you have any comments or suggestions for my site.

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Behance and in good company

A professional looking site to present ones creative works the Behance network is ideal to easily create a portfolio site based on projects that can represent a body of work. Being a web2 service, all one needs to do is create an account on the Behance site and free portfolio pages can be created.

Particular interesting is the option to view your work without any adds,  a URL is provided that can be sent to anyone who might be interested in your work ‘add-free’. Link to my projects.

Add free view of my project gallery

Project gallery on Behance

The projects displays work as gallery pages – the templates are simple and attractive, showing large images and can contain a variety of media.

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