Behance : Creative Professionals Need Professional Networks
Creative Professionals Need Professional Networks
By Behance Team
Behance was founded with a simple philosophy: Your ideas are more likely to actually happen when you are organized, productive, and accountable.
The many interviews and tips featured on Behance.com, as well as the Action Method and subsequent product line, are parts of a larger effort to boost productivity in the creative community. But productivity is not enough to "make ideas happen."
From the interviews, focus groups, and time we spend with especially productive teams in the creative world, we see a common theme: the value for a tight network. It seems that some elements of a "network" are absolutely critical.
Consider just a few critical benefits from a network:
When the Behance team convened, we envisioned a well-designed, open platform for creative professionals and teams to present their work and take full advantage of a network a network of fellow creative professionals, industry leaders, and potential clients. We wanted it to be simple to navigate, but powerful enough to handle all media and robust searching. We wanted the components of portfolios to have a life of their own within a network of many smaller networks. We wanted to develop a network that helps you make ideas happen. For all of these reasons, we are thrilled to launch the Behance Network (www.behance.net). Check it out •
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