Is that just a rebranding of Behance's own portfolio thing, or a completely new product?
(Btw, I feel like we should only use the "Show DN" tag when we're actually involved with the project. Unless that's the case?)
That's not the case here. Can a mod can remove the "Show DN" tag? Thanks.
can't you edit your own posts now?
Oh damn, didn't know that. Thanks for the heads up!
It is a completely new product. It is replacing ProSite. Learn more here: https://help.myportfolio.com/hc/en-us/articles/210922618-I-am-an-existing-ProSite-user-Can-I-transfer-my-current-ProSite-to-Adobe-Portfolio-
Great if you are a photographer or a visual designer but still looks like any other portfolio site. And no use for those of us who work with UX or would like to showcase larger projects and processes.
Pretty sure If I'm needing this tool as a up and coming designer, chances are I don't have the extra $10/mo or $50/mo to spend....
If that up and coming designer pays to use Adobe Photoshop CC, then Portfolio is free to them — it is free to all CC plan subscribers. If they are not a paid CC user, then at a minimum, they can pay $9.99 a month, and get either Portfolio for free, or Photoshop for free, depending on how you look at it. That's a pretty sweet deal :)
I really like this! I've always found the Behance Prosites very complicated so this is a good alternative.
9.99 / month
Includes Photoshop and Lightroom
So to create a portfolio, I need photoshop and light room?
If you have a Creative Cloud account then it's free. Otherwise you pay the price and upload anything else.
I'm guessing just like Prosite it's part of the Photoshop + LR Creative Cloud Plan, as well as a regular Creative Cloud Subscription.
No. $9.99 gets you Portfolio, plus you also get Photoshop and Lightroom. Portfolio is free if you already have a Creative Cloud plan.
The resemblance to Squarespace is staggering.
I don't see it.
Well, as a Squarespace user myself I see a lot of similarities: from the features to the admin layout and controls. And that is a good thing: competition will step up their game.
aka Design Machines
I wonder how long they have been working on this. They clearly want to compete against SquareSpace, Wix and Weebly.
I don't know what to think about it... On that website there's nice image that shows what Adobe became: https://www.dropbox.com/s/fn390159f149425/adobe.jpg?dl=0 (one big WTF?).