Major Behance Updates Encourage Learning and Collaboration Between Creatives

Our creative journey with Behance is set to get even more collaborative and educational with some recently announced updates to the community

If you’ve been using Behance to showcase your work, collaborate with fellow creatives, or get inspired, the platform promises to give you even more opportunities to collaborate, connect, and learn. Adobe has recently announced four major updates, including an AI-powered recommendation engine and a new way to share and see behind the scenes of various creative projects.

Behance is one of our favorite platforms to discover outstanding photography, and we’re excited to share the word about the recent improvements they’ve done to make it an even more inspiring community. If you’re new to discovering fresh work on Behance, these updates will make it an even more engaging experience for you.

Logging in to Behance will now prompt you to follow the creative fields you find most interesting and check out new, engaging work from other creators. This experience was built around an Adobe Sensei-powered recommendation engine to help creatives get more exposure for their work.

Working on a new masterpiece? Another update called Work in Progress now lets you share a behind-the-scenes peek into your process and invite your creative network to check it out before you’re done. Work in Progress is accessible on Android, iOS, and the web. With this feature, you can now get valuable feedback from your peers when you need it. Another interesting update related to this is the expansion of Adobe Live, Behance’s live-streaming section which encourages collaborative learning in the community. The platform is set to give creators the ability to broadcast their process in real time this fall.

Lastly, if you use the Behance app to browse stuff on the go, it has been given a complete facelift. It’s now available for iOS and will be up soon on Android.

Check out the Adobe Blog to learn more about these updates.

Image via Adobe Blog