Category: Behance Network

3D Resumé on Behance Picked up by Forbes

Behance member Mohit Lakhmani decided to take the notion of a creative resumé one step further with a 3D CV. His print-based, infographic resume is so unique that it recently caught the attention of Forbes, featured as “the best infographic resumé they’ve yet to see.”  

How much does your résumé stand out from the others in the pile? Probably not as much as this one. Mohit Lakhmani — art director, paper sculptor, and 3D graphics artist — is the creator of the best infographic résumé I have yet to see. Bonus: it’s 3D!

The résumé, which features three-dimensional charts, bars, pop-up descriptions, and decorative details, took Lakhmani four days to design in Adobe Photoshop and an additional day to construct. Lakhmani says he was inspired to design a 3D résumé, because “people appreciate things they can touch and feel” or that show rather than tell. As Lakhmani’s skill set lies in 3D modeling and graphic design, this particular résumé enables him to showcase his talents and gives potential employers and clients a first-hand look at his abilities.

Read the full article here and check out Lakhmani’s project here.

How do I find a great designer on Behance?

We hear stories of top companies like Apple, Netflix, and tech startups hiring talent they’ve found on Behance everyday. But how do they discover the right talent in the first place? Here are the top three things they’re doing:

1) Search for the right things with our discovery tools
We offer robust tools found in the “discovery” tab with ways to search, sort, and filter that will help you find your ideal designer.

  • Start with the subject matter: use Tags (like iPad, iPhone), search by Field (like “Interaction Design”), Tools Used, or School Attended (found in the Advanced Search).
  • Then, Filter by Location for a list of design specialists based in your area


2) Leverage Top Creatives As Curators
The smartest recruiters/companies are “following” top creatives/designers that they like. By doing this, you not only get to see the latest work from these designers, but you also see every single project that they appreciate, comment on, or add to a collection. Since there are millions of projects on Behance, you’re essentially using the top designers as your curator to find top talent. This is the BEST way of identifying top talent in specific fields… just get the experts to do it for you!

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Behance Curates: Choosing a Striking Project Cover

This post is part of a series written in collaboration with the Behance Curation Team, the experts on staff who select projects to be featured in Behance’s main Gallery and 12+ Curated “Served” Sites. Click here to see more posts from this series.

In the coming weeks, we’ll explore different aspects of the project creation process, and outline how to create the best project possible. Last time, we looked at general factors that go into “What Makes a Project Feature-Worthy.” Now, let’s dig into the nitty gritty of Projects, staring with Project Covers.

The cover image is the face of your project. It’s the first thing people see when they encounter your work, so it’s your best opportunity to invite people to take a closer look.

When choosing a cover, select an image that highlights the look and feel of the project. The cover needs to be appealing–it should make people want to click to see more–but it also needs to be a solid representation of the project. If it’s a great image but doesn’t translate what’s inside, people may be disappointed when they get to the main content.

A few more things to keep in mind:

  • Stay visual. You have plenty of opportunities to explain your project in words with the description and fields, there’s no need to add text to the cover image.
  • Consider including a full size version of your cover inside the project. If people love the cover, they’ll want to get the chance to examine the whole thing.
  • For motion graphics, especially in ads, choose a screencapture that showcases the narrative of the piece.


For excellent cover inspiration in your creative field, visit theserved.com for a curated look at the best projects (and covers) of the moment.

The Huffington Post Covers Turkish Student’s Final Project

Murat Palta, an illustration student based in Istanbul recently joined Behance and uploaded his final school project, a series of illustrations that reinterpret popular film posters in “oriental Ottoman motifs.” Palta’s first project on the network hit home with a lot of Behance members and other creative enthusiasts (receiving over 92K views and counting) and was even picked up by a journalist for a recent Huffington Post article complete with a full slideshow of Palta’s work. Talk about instant exposure!


Check out the full article here and Palta’s project here.

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:


Bruce Mau Design, along with Studio 360, decided to create a campaign for Canada, as attempt to change the way Americans think about their country. This bold project includes a series of visuals placed between two red bars (borrowed from the Canadian flag) and a heavy-hitting sense of humor. And as one of this week’s Most Appreciated Projects, they’ve been quite successful in spreading the word so far. See the full project here.


Jon Foster’s Fantasy project, a series of commissioned illustrations and paintings, has the network talking. Blending bold and soft colors, realism and dream-like elements, Foster is considered one of the top concept artists with a strong sci-fi following. Visit his full portfolio here.

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:


Richard Allenby-Pratt set the stage for this personal project by composing a fictional story, set in 2017, that results in a desolate Dubai. Allenby-Pratt brings his narrative to life with a series of digitally altered images that got our members talking. Check out the full story here.


Inspired by the popular photo app, Instagram, Markus Gerke designed a pair of sunglasses that would shoot photos and provide filters like the app. Although this project is conceptual only, the positive reaction from members shows that there’s definitely a market demand! See the full project here.

Great opportunities this week: Diane von Furstenberg, Shapeways, TripAdvisor 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

Senior Designer at TripAdvisor (Newton, MA)
Why this job is awesome: You will combine your design skills to help create online products and interfaces.

Product Manager at Shapeways (New York, NY)
Work with a small group of Product Managers to make this 3D printer’s users’ jaws hit the floor.

Art Director/Sr. Designer at University of California Office of the President (Oakland, CA)
The U of California Communications team thinks that higher education and great design belong together, so they’re telling the UC story in new and innovative ways.

Graphic Designer at Flint and Tinder, LLC (Brooklyn, NY)
The popular Kickstarter-funded men’s undergarments manufacturer needs design help ASAP in their Williamsburg office.

Graphic Designer at Diane von Furstenberg (New York, NY)
DVF.com is looking for an experienced designer to oversee projects from start to finish in an incredibly dynamic work environment.

Victory Lap: Confidence in ideas, redesigns, and college graduations

Small or big, serious or silly, there are a lot of amazing success stories in the Behance community. That’s why we’ve started Victory Lap Fridays — a new series where we ask Behancers to celebrate their latest creative victory by sending us a tweet. Here are just a few of the #VictoryLap tweets we spotted last week.

Did you have an awesome week? Take a #VictoryLap — tweet to let us know about your creative accomplishments!

@doublest0p

@sposhe

@jd_meador

@BOVERUSA