Behance is perhaps best known for the portfolio tool used by thousands of designers across Australia, and millions worldwide. However, in 2015, Behance announced the launch of"ProSite" which aims to rival DIY website makers such as Weebly, Joomla and WIX in functionality but take an edge with design. Of course, you would expect that coming from Behance (who in turn is owned by Adobe).
Designers will love the site builder as it syncs with a user's Behance portfolio and CV, and further features of include:
As at timing of writing. ProSite was still in beta trials with a select number of users, but Adobe is said to be pushing for its release in 2016. We can expect a design-rich format with friendly integrations, although pricing is still under wraps for the time being.
Are you a Behance user? What do you think about this development? Would you extend your Behance portfolio with a dedicated website.
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