Behance.net is the online home of Behance, an online portfolio platform which describes themselves as “the leading online platform to showcase and discover creative work.”
How Does It Work?
According to their website, people in different creative fields need places where they showcase their work to each other and to potential clients and customers in order to keep their inspiration and businesses alive and well.
This website features different products and portfolios created by their members. The featured products are “hand-picked by our curatorial team,” which they describe as a dedicated group of people who review every published project in order to find the most innovative projects that creative people have to offer.
Their website says visitors are able to look through the Behance website using a variety of filters through their Discovery feature. This allows people to sort through work by distinctions like Creative Field, number of appreciations, most discussed, most recent, most followed, school, featured projects, location, tools used, and more.
Currently this website is providing a mobile application on both the iOS and the Android platforms.
Their website says that all participation on the Behance website is free and there are no restrictions on the number of projects a member can create, and there is no limit on the number of media and images which can be uploaded.
However, this website makes it clear that though Behance hosts the platform where people upload their work and portfolios, but they do not own or control of the work posted on their website.
Instead their members are able to provide external links on their profile pages which will take visitors to their outside websites where work and products can be purchased. If a store or website link is not provided, customers can click the “Message” button under their profile photo in order to email them any questions or inquiries.
Because this company does not actually charge their members for posting their work on their website, they also do not provide any kind of Refund Policy at this time. If you have used Behance.net to purchase some art or design work of any kind you will need to contact the party from whom you made your purchase to see what kinds of options they have for refunds.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by submitting them directly to their website through their Contact Us link.
Unfortunately there are not very many reviews of this website available at this time, but the few which can be found seem fairly positive. The good news is that since this company allows their members to post everything for free, there is no need for prospective members to rely on others. Members are welcome to try this site and their services for themselves, and go elsewhere if they determine that Behance doesn’t meet their needs.
Competitors and Alternatives?
People who are looking for place online to share and promote their creative work will have options other than Behance, including Dribbble, DeviantArt, Carbonmade, and more. Customers will want to consider what features of an online service are most important to their particular creative field before deciding which alternative is the right one for their needs.
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