Behance is an online platform that enables creative professionals to showcase and discover creative work via online portfolios. It features talent of individuals in creative industries; powers creative networks for schools and organizations; distributes work to other online galleries; enables portfolio display throughout the social web; and syncs with ProSite, a customizable personal portfolio site builder.
The platform offers its services for advertising, animation, architecture, art direction, automotive design, branding, calligraphy, cartooning, character design, cinematography, computer animation, copywriting, costume design, crafts, creative direction, culinary art, digital art, digital photography, directing, drawing, editorial design, engineering, entrepreneurship, exhibition design, fashion styling, film, fine arts, furniture design, game design, graffiti, and graphic design.
It also provides its services for other creative fields such as icon design, illustration, industrial design, information architecture, interaction design, interior design, jewelry design, journalism, landscape design, makeup arts, motion graphics, music, packaging, painting, pattern design, performing arts, photography, photojournalism, print design, product design, programming, retouching, sculpting, set design, sound design, storyboarding, street art, textile design, toy design, typography, user interface design, visual effects, web design, and web development.
Behance serves as the backbone of AdWeek, LinkedIn, and other portfolio sites and online galleries of creative talent.
Used by millions of individuals to display and find talent every month, Behance received over 50 million page views from over 9 million visitors per month by the winter of 2011.
Behance was launched by Matias Corea, and Scott Belsky in September 2006 and its operations are based in New York, United States.