The Behance Network is currently holding contests in the realms of Photography, Graphic Design, Fashion, Film, and Blogging. These contests close November 4th at 11:59 p.m. EST, at which point no new entries will be accepted. So enter your work now for the chance to win $1,000 (one grand prize winner in each realm).
From November 4th to November 9th, all of you will have the chance to vote on your favorite submissions. 3 winners per realm will be chosen based on number of votes, then a grand prize winner in each realm will be selected by a panel of expert judges.
David Greenbaum – Miramax
Doug Jaeger – thehappycorp global
Emily Heyward -Red Antler
Jennie Tarr Coyne – Metropolitan Museum of Art
Johnny Vulkan – Anomaly
Leo Lawson – Pakter
Peter Coughlan – IDEO
Piers Fawkes – www.psfk.com
Sascha Lewis – www.flavorpill.com
The first round of contests are now launched on the Behance Network. This round includes PHOTOGRAPHY, GRAPHIC DESIGN, FASHION, BLOGGING, and FILM. Over $5,000 in prize money, Action Products, and Behance fame are ready to be claimed! Please help us spread the word…
Behance is thrilled to collaborate with an exceptional list of bloggers that are coming together to make life…well, better.
The official description for this effort: “LifeRemix is basically a band of bloggers who enrich people’s lives through blogging. The blogs are hand-selected, and each one is incredible….With the constant swelling of the blogosphere, good writing can be hard to find. We’re trying to act as a filter so only the best writing is showcased, while at the same time learning a thing or two.”
Blogs currently included in the LifeRemix network are:
Black Belt Productivity
Cranking Widgets Blog
Dumb Little Man
Pick the Brain
Success From the Nest
Tim Ferriss’ Four Hour Workweek Blog
We encourage you to check out LifeRemix and explore the insights and tips on productivity that are aggregated in this wonderful sweet spot of the world wide web.
The Behance team will be working with Creativity Portal to provide tips and insights for the broader creative community. Creativity Portal has developed a great database of content on all-things-creativity that serves as a resource for creative people across industries. You can keep an eye on Behance’s “Author Page” at Creativity Portal for further updates.
Mark Shead’s blog, Productivity501, ran a contest (with Action Pads as prizes) for insights on different ways to manage to-do lists. His readers shared some interesting ideas and best practices. From using a highlighter to clasify tasks as completed to using 3×5 cards (one for each task) covering what could be called an “Action Wall!” Good stuff.
Congrats to the winners, Desi and John. We wish you much productive creativity.