Category: Behance Network

Great opportunities this week: Working with non-profits

Behance JobList hosts the best opportunities in the creative job market from top companies across the globe. Here’s a roundup of fresh postings on the JobList this week.

For daily updates on the latest opportunities, follow @BehanceJobs on Twitter

UI Designer at charity:water (New York, NY)
Graphic Designer at charity:water (New York, NY)
Help solve the water crisis and provide clean water for people in developing countries through your design work.

Sr. UX Designer at The Climate Corporation (San Francisco, CA)
Join in the Climate Corporation’s mission is to help all the world’s people and businesses manage and adapt to climate change. (Plus perks like an always-stocked kegerator.)

Design Assistant (freelance) at CharityBuzz (New York, NY)
Join a team dedicated to raising millions for nonprofits by auctioning incredible experiences with the world’s biggest celebrities and brands.

Quick Update: Behance & Adobe (& Some Creative Cloud News)

Scott Belsky, Co-Founder & Head of Behance, VP – Product-Community, Adobe

We became part of the Adobe family a few months ago. While we have a lot of new acronyms and systems to learn, we’ve been pleasantly surprised by the warm welcome and bounty of ideas from across the company. There is also a strong desire to better understand the creative community’s needs, take a more design-centric approach to product, and support the creative process in new ways. Adobe reaches millions of creative people around the world every day, and our team at Behance has the opportunity to help connect the creative world throughout the creative process. We feel at home, and now we’ve got a lot of work to do!

In the year ahead, here’s what you can expect from our team at Behance:

  1. The Behance platform is going to get a lot better, faster, and offer even more exposure for your work. We have a full roadmap of improvements and features that help you connect with your peers and with career opportunity. We’re excited.
  2. We will start integrating some of Behance’s best community features into Adobe tools. Want feedback? Adding new work to your portfolio? We want to make this more efficient and more integrated into your everyday workflow. Stay tuned for updates in May!
  3. We have grand plans for ProSite – and other “Pro” features – that will make Behance a more powerful utility for creative careers. We’ve got a long list of enhancements and features that will bring online portfolios to a whole new level.

We are also working closely with our new colleagues at Adobe to make the “Creative Cloud” offering more integrated into our everyday workflow. For those of you that don’t know, Creative Cloud is a subscription service for all of Adobe’s creative applications (Photoshop, Illustrator, and the list goes on…) for a low monthly fee. Creative Cloud also keeps your applications up-to-date with frequent updates and new features as they are ready (no more waiting 16+ months for the latest and greatest). But the vision for Creative Cloud is about much more than the apps themselves. Ultimately, the service should make the entire creative process more seamless and collaborative. The roadmap ahead is amazing, and we hope to share updates in a few months.

Over time, we also want to offer some of the best benefits of Behance as part of Adobe’s Creative Cloud service. Starting today, ProSite (normally $99/year) will be available at no additional cost for Creative Cloud paid members. For those of you that don’t know, ProSite transforms your public Behance portfolio into a fully customized personal portfolio site with your own URL. You can design an incredible portfolio site that stays in sync with your projects on Behance, increasing your efficiency and helping your work get more exposure from Behance’s 18+ Million visitors every month.

If you’re ready to get started building and customizing your Behance ProSite, just a few quick steps:

  1. Login and go to the Apps page on creative.adobe.com
  2. Find the ProSite icon under “Other Services” and click on the “Get Started” link
  3. You’ll be brought to the ProSite welcome page on Behance, where you can either log in or sign up for Behance to build your portfolio and launch your ProSite when you’re ready

We will be offering additional “Pro” features over the coming year, and these will also be made available to all Creative Cloud paid members. If you want to learn more about the Creative Cloud offering, visit http://creative.adobe.com.

Needless to say, this is just the beginning… Our team at Behance is working on some of the most exciting projects of our professional lives right now. We can’t wait to show you.

Scott & Behance Team

Great opportunities this week: Entry-level Design jobs

Behance JobList hosts the best opportunities in the creative job market from top companies across the globe. Here’s a roundup of fresh postings on the JobList this week.

For daily updates on the latest opportunities, follow @BehanceJobs on Twitter

Junior and Senior Designer, UI / UX & Graphic Design at Metrik (San Francisco, CA)
Metrik is a full-service, multidisciplinary design studio looking for a motivated designer who is eager to work on all phases of the design process.

Junior Web Designer at Walrus (New York, NY)
An opportunity to support a larger staff but also to own your own projects. It’s a big job, and you’ll gain a ton of experience quickly and there’s lots of room to grow.

Junior Graphic Designer at OutSystems (Lisbon, Portugal)
For highly creative and energetic candidates that value broadening their knowledge not only in the Design field but also in Marketing and Business.

Junior- Senior Designers at Spring Studios (New York, NY)
Spring Studios is currently hiring all levels of designers to communicate client messages across a variety of mediums and platforms.

Junior Graphic Designer (Print and Interactive) at Bortz Group (Chicago, IL)
Faced-paced marketing firm representing an array of clients in the Chicagoland area is in need of a Junior Graphic Designer looking to kick off their career and contribute to a small team of busy creatives.

Junior layout designer/graphic designer/retoucher at Lime Crime (Los Angeles)
LOVE makeup? Obsessed with fonts, textures, and text-based design? Then you want to join this young, creative team.

Junior Graphic Designer: Packaging and Print at Snakebite, Inc (North Chelmsford, MA)
Develop and implement designs according to brand standards for projects including food packaging and marketing collateral for ten established brands in the retail industry.

All-New Discover Features – Just Launched!

Browsing creative work on Behance just got more addictive. We’re pleased to introduce our brand new “Discover” Experience! You’ll notice the new design immediately whether logged in or out of Behance, but to give you an idea of some of the advantages of the new experience, here’s what to expect:

More Prominent, Well-Organized Filters
Filter by creative field, location, school, tool used, and more. And, your filters follow you as you scroll so you’ll never forget what you’re looking at. 

Infinite Scroll
Why click “page 2″ when you can just keep scrolling to discover more creative work?

Filter projects by color
Don’t miss this brand new feature to sort by hue.

Project Lighbox View
When you come across a project you’d like to view, click it to view it in a lightbox. When you’re finished, you’ll be right back where you left off in search results. 

All-new Responsive Design
Optimized for mobile devices.

More “Work In Progress” Features
It’s now easier to upload and discover ”Work In Progress” from Behance, which helps you get even more feedback on your work, and engage with your connections.

 

 

New Feature: Filter by Color now Available

New in Creative Jobs on Behance:

Behance JobList hosts the best opportunities in the creative job market from top companies across the globe. Here’s a roundup of fresh postings on the JobList this week. For daily updates on the latest opportunities, follow @BehanceJobs on Twitter. 


Leo Burnett offices 

Front-End Developer (Barcelona, Spain)
Trovit is an exciting European startup looking to grow their team with a talented front-end developer/designer. Perks include a game room, team events like ski trips and a competitive salary.

Painters (New Hampshire, US)
Muse Paintbar is interested in buying paintings (bonus points for nature scenes and landscapes) for their library.

Senior UX Designer (Redmond, Washington)
Microsoft is looking for a senior UX designer to help them realize their next generation of online advertising.

Digital Copywriter (Detroit, Michigan)
Ad agency Leo Burnett is seeking a Digital Copywriter to work with a well-known automotive brand. Check out their offices pictured above!

Web Designer (Montreal, Quebec)
Aldo, the popular shoe company, is looking to grow their multi-channel Montreal-based marketing team with a new web designer. Interested? You must be a lover of all things type!

 

Member Collections: The Behance Team!

Collections on Behance are a great way to group together different projects under a common theme, or just collect your favorites.

Never before has it been this easy to add projects to a collection. With the new “add to collection” button after you appreciate work on Behance, you’re only one click away from curation. In honor of this amazing new feature, we’ve decided to highlight some noteworthy collections on Behance, kicking the series off with some of our own.

Chalk: By Jackie Balzer

Olympics Inspiration: By Mell Ravenel
Read more →

Find People You Know on Behance

If you haven’t already, syncing your Behance account with Twitter, Google & Facebook is a great way to find your contacts on the platform, and follow their creative work.

Here’s how to set it up:

Step 1: Select “Creatives to Follow” from the “Discover” tab.

Step 2: Sync your Twitter, Google and/or Facebook accounts.

Step 3: Follow your friend, colleagues, and team members on Behance!

 

Most Appreciated Projects on Behance

Appreciations are a way to send genuine kudos to another creative professional on Behance. This is our community’s way of curating the network, so that the best projects gain the most exposure. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated projects on Behance this week:

In her humorously titled project “Dump” Russian illustrator Easy Erika shares her recent winter ‘doodles.’ Check out the full series here.

This National Geographic app, designed and creative directed by Ben Cline, lets users explore National Parks from their phones or iPads, collect recommendations, and discover park secrets. Highlights include an interactive map, GPS, and stunning photography. Check out the full project here.

Great opportunities this week: National Geographic, Uber, and more

Behance JobList hosts the best opportunities in the creative job market from top companies across the globe. Here’s a roundup of fresh postings on the JobList this week.

For daily updates on the latest opportunities, follow @BehanceJobs on Twitter

Sr UX Architect at Uber (San Francisco, CA)
One perk–travel “like a European diplomat”: employees are showered with credits.

UI Designer – Mobile at Box (Los Altos, CA)
Wanted: an innovative designer capable of designing interfaces of iOS, Android, Windows 8 and mobile web applications.

Web Visual Designer at Smarterer (Boston, MA)
For someone who can spend an 8-hour day in Photoshop without going crazy, join a team dedicated to validating digital, social, and technical skill. They even have an Artist-in-Residence.

Senior User Experience Designer at National Geographic (Washington, DC)
Be a part of rethinking and rebranding NationalGeographic.com.

Senior Graphic Designer at Con Edison (New York, NY)
Join the people who power New York, literally.

 

 

 

 

Most Appreciated Projects on Behance

Appreciations are a way to send genuine kudos to another creative professional on Behance. This is our community’s way of curating the network, so that the best projects gain the most exposure. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated projects on Behance this week:

Fred Nerby‘s concept design for a new, responsive desktop and iPad Facebook app has been generating a lot of buzz. He approached the platform from a user perspective, targeting personalized data in a visually appealing way. Check out the full concept here.

Who knew iPhone photos could be so captivating? Brock Davis makes a great case for Instagram as art with his series of whimsical, creative photos from the past year. See the full series here.