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-
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 :)
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.
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 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?).
I wonder how long they have been working on this. They clearly want to compete against SquareSpace, Wix and Weebly.