Category: Behance Outfitter

What a Change

I haven’t posted in quite a while it would seem. Last night we relaunched Behance.com. We had outgrown the site quite a bit seeing as the front page was our magazine when there is a lot more to Behance.

So we broke the site up to help people make the most out of Behance.

Behance


The site now showcases everything we do with a simple navigation. You can easily find out and get to all aspects of Behance.

Behance Magazine


Our online magazine now has its own at http://www.behancemag.com/. On top of the facelift, it now houses our Glossary of Productive Creativity. The new filtering design on the main page allows you to apply the “Most …” and “Field” filters to only tips, interviews, and articles. The old site applied the filters to all articles at once only.

Creative’s Outfitter

The Creative’s Outfitter is now at http://www.creativesoutfitter.com/. The design is lightened up with less lines so things are clearer. You can still go straight to all our Action Method Products or our Sketchbooks and Notepads.

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We hope that these changes will make everyone’s experience with Behance better. We look forward to hearing back from users on all the change.

Action Method Products: Now in

We wanted to provide an updated list of the select retail stores that Behance has partnered with across the US.  These retails partners are the first to carry the Action Method product line.

Berkeley, CA: Twig & Fig
San Francisco, CA
: Museum of Modern Art
Lakewood, CO
: Composition
Boston, MA
: Institute of Contemporary Art
New York, NY
: A.I. Friedman
New York, NY:
Paper Presentation Center
Philadelphia, PA
: WEJETSET
Philadelphia, PA
: AIA Bookstore & Design Center
Seattle, WA
: Peter Miller Architecture & Design Books

We also have an online retail collaboration with YouWorkForThem.

Action Product Line: Now in 8 Select Stores

We wanted to provide an updated list of the select retail stores that Behance has partnered with across the US.  These retails partners are the first to carry the Action Method product line.

Berkeley, CA: Twig & Fig
San Francisco, CA
: Museum of Modern Art
Lakewood, CO
: Composition
Boston, MA
: Institute of Contemporary Art
New York, NY
: Reed Space
New York, NY:
Paper Presentation Center
Philadelphia, PA
: WEJETSET
Philadelphia, PA
: AIA Bookstore & Design Center
Seattle, WA
: Peter Miller Architecture & Design Books

We also have an online retail collaboration with YouWorkForThem.

Action Method Feedback

Great feedback from great bloggers is always a nice way to start out a Friday. Thank you to Schneiderism and J.D. Humphrey’s for the shout-outs. We’re thrilled to hear from creative professionals that feel more productive as a result of the method. As you may know, we originally developed the Action Method for our own work…and then we shared it with some friends…and then the word got out and it became a side business (and passion) for us.

Also, many thanks to those of you that have emailed us with suggestions and feedback, we read every single one and appreciate the support.

Behance Select Retail Partnerships

After many inquiries, Behance has established retail partnerships with a few select stores across the US.  These retails partners are the first to carry the Action Method product line.

Berkeley, CA: Twig & Fig
San Francisco, CA
: Museum of Modern Art
Boston, MA
: Institute of Contemporary Art
New York, NY
: Reed Space
New York, NY:
Paper Presentation Center
Allentown, PA:
We Jet Set
Philadelphia, PA
: AIA Bookstore & Design Center
Seattle, WA
: Peter Miller Architecture & Design Books

We’re also pleased to announce our first online retail collaboration with YouWorkForThem.

Marking Off Action Steps

YAction Mini Stepsou may recognize the image on the right as a cut-out from the article Our Action Addiction. It displays many of our lovely Action Steps completed during the creation of Behance.com. A great debate has come up regarding the completion of an Action Step: How do you designate completed actions on a to-do list? I personally prefer using X’s when I complete an Action Step. Meanwhile, Matias believes that my beloved X’s are ugly and would much rather use a check. He is the designer so he may be correct as to which one looks better. On the other hand, he also thinks X’s are more “negative”. But doesn’t X Mark the Spot on a treasure map? Which one do you prefer really? Please take a vote, leave a comment, or both.