Want your work to be featured? Tips from the Curatorial Team

Each day, you’ll notice fresh featured content on the Behance Network and our Served Sites. We’re proud to show you the very best from our talented network of Creative Professionals, to help these greats get the exposure they deserve. Each day, the curators go through every single project that is uploaded; we get a lot of questions from network members asking how we choose the featured content on both the Behance Network and The Served sites.

Well, we’ll tell you (what we can). Innumerable factors go into how featured work is chosen, but the Curatorial Team has put together a list of a few outstanding features that they look for when sorting through the freshly uploaded projects each day. If you won’t rest easy until your work gets on the front page or a Served site, keep these guidelines in mind:

We appreciate length in a project; if your project has only 1 or 2 images, it will not be featured. There is no limit on length – the longer the better!

The project should hang together around one central concept or idea. A project shouldn’t be “all about your design,” but incorporate your great design in a fluid and conceptual way.

To us, clean, organized, and professional presentation of work is as important as quality of work.


  1. — January 10, 2011 1:20 am

    That was very helpful! AND i want to get featured :D

  2. — January 21, 2011 4:09 pm

    Could you also consider including criteria relating to the way a project might promote the “social good”, that is, the extent to which the substantive content has an important social or environmental focus?

    Also, have you considered “Featuring” groups?

  3. Mr.No
    — January 26, 2011 10:17 am

    I think that you are not always consistent in their criteria, and Behance should be a reputable design social network. Projects such as the
    (this is nothing personal of course), and others alike,
    really do not deserve to be featured, and this is not the only case that is something that is not so professional and well designed to be featured.
    It is also too forced illustrations, and i think that each design section should receives equal treatment.
    That’s my opinion.

  4. Mr.No
    — January 26, 2011 12:59 pm


  5. — January 26, 2011 1:36 pm

    I really think that this doesn’t matter…every of my work is up to your criteria, and i never was featured…but many other that DOES NOT fit in this ‘rules’ are featured.
    I don’t wright this because i never get featured (nevermind), but there’s tooooooooo many not so professional works being featured…

    Just keep consistency, nothing else.
    This is best online design gallery, don’t ruin it


  6. Tom Tellesbo
    — February 7, 2011 9:35 am

    …. subjective interpretation of submitted work as is administered in these environs must inevitably dis-allow certainty of ever-critical exposure as ‘featured’, fostering a continual misunderstanding between the majority of subscribers not ‘featured’ and those that are selected for that honor.

    I would wonder the possible consideration of a process such as that implemented by (for example) The Computer Graphics Society ( http://www.cgsociety.org ) whereby each submission is ‘featured’ as it is accepted by the Society, scrolled politely before all viewers by time received, allowing each and every work equal opportunity to be viewed and appreciated by the community – not by committee.

  7. — February 16, 2011 4:00 am

    Hmmmmm… As someone who’s been featured before it still seems a little odd how the featuring process works. For instance, how can you go through everything that gets uploaded each day? Surely there must be thousands? I was featured last time after the project had been up a good couple of weeks, have no idea how the work was found.

    So I guess my question is – does the curatorial team also trawl through the works of people who’ve got a certain number of views/appreciations etc or is it only as the work is uploaded?

  8. — February 16, 2011 7:54 am

    Hmmmm….. as someone who’s been featured before I’m a little curious – my project was featured after it had been up for several weeks, not just after it was uploaded. So I guess my question is, how do the curatorial team go through the thousands of previously loaded projects?

  9. — March 6, 2011 7:17 pm

    thanks so much, well at least I know where I’m going wrong. Not enough art per project.

  10. — March 18, 2011 10:23 pm

    I would really like to be featured!

    I will work very hard to get featured!

    Bring it on.

  11. — June 8, 2011 12:23 am

    This information is very useful. Thank you! I’ll be pushing my work for a front page spot. It’s good to know the criteria.

  12. — June 15, 2011 6:11 pm

    Is there anybody I can contact to suggest a project to be featured? :)

  13. — June 21, 2011 7:46 am

    I have read your criteria that the work needs to align to, but this seems to be more talk than anything else. I have been on here for sometime now but it would seem that no matter what i post on this site it will just be unrecognized. Kind of loosing faith here…

  14. — June 22, 2011 5:04 pm

    I a bit surprised to see all the people complaining here that their work is not being featured. Creepy. LOL

  15. ND
    — September 5, 2011 5:52 pm

    Not so sure that the length of a project should grounds for consideration,
    substance and presentation I think are much more important,
    quality over quantity IMO,
    besides lengthy projects take forever to upload.

  16. Denis
    — September 24, 2011 10:21 am

    I have been on Behance for the petter part of 4 years now. I think it’s a great site and very intuitive to use. I also think the selection by a team of people is a good method to maintain continuity in style, but it gets really repetitive, and I no longer enjoy scrolling/browsing anymore, seems like it is always the same thing that gets featured. Other artists are drowned and not seen (they are not “Nike”….). A lot of good stuff is not properly presented. I think to develop more traffic and get more of your KOLs spreading the love of Behance, you should incorporate a more society feeling where things get featured and voted by users (Digg/Pligg style). Let me know if you are interested in more input…

  17. — October 25, 2011 10:30 am

    It is good to know rules but my work never was futured on Behance network

  18. — October 29, 2011 4:05 pm

    I really, really like Behance and I think you are doing an amazing job. Most of the featured works are just brilliant but length is a tricky criteria. I like the fact that you emphasize photography, ‘highly skilled’ illustrations, font work and geometric visual identity but would also be happy to see a bit more diversity.

  19. andrew e
    — November 28, 2011 11:12 pm

    seems like a lot of the same artists get featured week after week. right?

  20. Emilio Cassanese
    — December 9, 2011 10:32 pm

    My works are perfect….. but i never get featured….

  21. Arif Kamala
    — December 24, 2011 11:32 pm

    This was simple, can you please take a look at my gallery ?!

  22. — January 5, 2012 3:43 pm

    I’m wondering how you can review all the portfolios …That’s might be HUGE task !

    If by any luck you have a chance to have a look to my portfolio ;-)

    => http://www.eyesonlife-photography.com/

    Best from Paris !

  23. — January 8, 2012 1:53 am

    You say you only look at recently added projects, but what if you missed some good projects when they were first published, and now they will be ‘too old’ to be noticed. If this is the case you should check out my work because a few fit the above criteria :)

  24. Jeremie
    — January 13, 2012 10:20 am

    It’s great to select projects to featuring, therefore artists too, but I think you select multiple projects too often in the same portfolio, and projects that looks alike. Maybe you should select one project per portfolio or less often, to give more chance for other artists.
    That just my opinion.

    Best regards,

  25. — February 5, 2012 11:56 am

    Where can I e-mail you some information and related photos of our new project?

  26. — February 6, 2012 3:40 pm

    You can email us energy[at]behance[dot]com

  27. Max
    — May 17, 2012 5:19 am

    Do these two look good ?
    Tried to put more and better pictures. I never got featured :/

  28. — May 23, 2012 8:05 pm

    It’s just another money making machine. Like every single idea it starts great but by time and popularity it starts loosing it purpose. Behance is a great place to build a portfolio but not for exposure. Some great projects are left behind to be replaced by those already popular.

  29. Mo
    — May 24, 2012 12:37 am

    Can this amazing creation get featured?

  30. — June 6, 2012 11:49 am

    For my point of view sometimes a lot of featured projects are not respecting the criteria you wrote up to this section, even more this mistake is made by using the criteria or parameters you use in order to select the features project. Those criteria are going to apply too many restriction for the basic users in order to be fatured

    If a user does’t have too many followers (maybe because he is new. etc ) this has a strong effect on visibility, appreciations and comments (3 of the most used criteria you use to select the Featured projects) according to a time average.

    This became an never ending loop > 85% of time the featured p. are always about same users > always more followers for those users > always more paramiters to satisfy your criteria.

    I think you have also criteria in relation to “long time”, to avoid this gap maybe you can compress it a bit providing something new ;-)

    have a look here, good quality, many contents, well presented, international clients, but no selection as featured



  31. — June 11, 2012 5:53 am

    Something was good in an idea, but went wrong day after.
    I see, “featuring” builds hole between featured and the “rest”, the flesh and bones of the Behance exactly.
    I feel very sad while I observe boring and repetitive artworks, many times with very low quality, stupid ideas not connected with the target of that artworking or presenting not enough good technic skills of the fathers.
    Especially is visible the defeat of your idea, Dear behance, on that profiles, where an artist has one featured project which has thousends views and less than one hundred appreciations, and rest profile is full of nothing — 30-50 views and 0-3 appreciations. What that talks about, you, project, this person? I hope this is not, what you wish to receive?

    I know, judging the jury is funny, but maybe that jury will have to find and remember, on-self, design, art, advertising are something more and not only just-like-japanese plastic terrifying comic “monsters” putting in anything (look good or not), or photos in violet-pink treatment easy to find on Flickr or done with ready-to-use Photoshop actions bought on Deviant, or “new fabolous” fonts being next variations of masterpieces from old times.

    And, of course, it must be clear, I am not featured ;)

    Warm Regards

  32. — June 11, 2012 5:30 pm

    Thanks for the discussion, guys – we understand your points, and I think that you’ll get a lot of understanding about our philosophy, and a much more detailed view of the three quick points we make above, in our blog series from the Curation team.

    Keep your eyes on the blog for more articles in the series – we agree that it’s a topic that deserves more attention, so we’re happy to fill our community in with explanations, and more tips & tricks to getting featured.

    For those who missed it – here’s the first one:

  33. Karl
    — July 23, 2012 12:27 pm

    How about considering this project?

  34. — July 24, 2012 2:57 pm

    I think that this is a great platform for sharing work with other creatives and seeing what level everyone is up to In a very competitive industry such as Graphic Design. The Featured page can be both flattering and frustrating, however my personal opinion is that it shouldn’t be a cause for frustration and goal setting (to get featured).

    The project page is so small that only hosts 16 of the most recent briefs anyway.

    If you are indeed reviewing the system Sarah then fantastic as there are some iffy ones on there yes, but, I think that people should be using this to share ideas, give feedback and network in the first instance.

    Mike Williams.


  35. Daniel
    — August 7, 2012 10:33 am

    Great tips, please take a moment to visit my latest project.


    Daniel Reed

  36. Daniel Reed
    — August 14, 2012 12:18 pm

    This is a project I have just finished and think it is unique and individual.


  37. — August 16, 2012 4:12 pm

    Me too , i think being feature is a big challenge and it motivate you to create new and wonderful work :) , i hope some day one of my works gets featured

  38. — August 18, 2012 8:32 pm

    One hint to get featured: Simply create something for/about nike. That always seems to work ;)

    Don’t take this featuring thing so seriously. Come on. My award is the beautiful work (I know), I have created and not the suggestion of some other guys.

    Remember why you are doing this kind of stuff and keep fighting the good fight,


  39. — August 23, 2012 12:37 am

    would love to get featured!

  40. kraghavendra
    — August 30, 2012 5:17 am


  41. — September 17, 2012 2:49 pm

    Would be nice if the curatorial team start looking at my works. :)



  42. Matthieu
    — September 17, 2012 8:13 pm

    Hi ! Curatorial team i am here ! http://www.behance.net/_matt_
    maybe you will like my work :)

    thanks !

  43. — September 20, 2012 12:06 pm

    Thanks for the tips, tried to follow all of your directions (length, concept and presentation) on my latest published project. It’s a logo selection from 1998 till 2010. Enjoy it @ http://bit.ly/S5BaXF

    Any comments or tips would be welcome. Thanks!

    Greetings from Portugal
    Ricardo Daniel

  44. — September 24, 2012 6:22 pm

    please have a look here:


    i followed all of your directions in this project.
    Can you featured this in branding served?


  45. — September 25, 2012 2:13 pm

    Hi, I was featured yesterday and I was wondering how I can get one of the Profile Featured Badges?

  46. — September 25, 2012 3:58 pm

    You should get it automatically! If not, please email us at energy[at]behance[dot]com.

  47. Stan
    — December 22, 2012 5:30 pm

    I think this project is worth to be featured:


  48. — January 2, 2013 8:20 pm

    Hi! Im carloshiguera! an illustrator from Colombia, recently I moved to Argentina where Im working in new illustration stuff. I was wondering how to be featured in galerries such as character design or illustration… so I came here to your blog and read about tips. I have organized all my gallery filling all with good images and the process too, to have a good presentation of my work. Please check my projects like this two calendars, Im sure you will like it. Thanks.


  49. — January 8, 2013 10:32 pm

    Hi Sarah, I wrote to energy[at]behance[dot]com.. and got a rather automates response detailing what was already written here.. I just had one question, if a project of mine was published over two weeks ago, will there be any chance of it being featured at all? Or should I give up hope by now?


  50. — January 9, 2013 3:33 pm

    Hello – although it’s more common to be featured shortly after publishing, it’s not always the case, as there are no time limits to when one can be featured. Thanks!

  51. — January 23, 2013 7:10 pm

    i want my work to be featured in branding served or behance network.
    i followed all of your directions and this work is featured in student show in 01/09/2013.


    please help me to show my work to world…
    navid heydarian.

  52. Myranda
    — January 24, 2013 1:26 am

    good to know.

  53. Ljubiša
    — February 5, 2013 8:28 am

    My latest work, hope you like it and feature it… thank you.


  54. Luigi
    — February 11, 2013 4:06 pm

    I’m on behance for about 3 years, uploaded all kind of works…Have almost no Like or visits or followers , while the same work are being so much appreciated and made favourite in 500 or DigitalRev.by professionals…something is wrong with behance for sure!!I see artist following 1 or 2 person and then they have thousands of followers, a little bit selfish I think…Behance for 3 years has been a complete disaster, some sites give more real feedback than behance in 3 years. I will keep posting there just to have one more way to publish my work.

  55. Luigi
    — February 14, 2013 1:44 pm

    I’ve seen many works here, everyone complaining about not being featured….I don’t have even any comment in my works, for about 3 years and you complaint?…please people!!!!Give thanks for that!!!!

  56. Vee
    — February 14, 2013 6:34 pm


  57. — February 21, 2013 8:19 am

    Hello Behance!

    Thanks for giving us opportunity to ask questions about featuring!
    I really appreciate it!

    q: Is there a possibility to know when curators will watch your profile? Is there a mechanism? I analyzed branding served and now works published in september 2012 are featured. That means curator will look at my works after 4 months :( ?

    Best regards
    Adrian Pietrzak


  58. — February 22, 2013 1:34 am

    thanks guys! I always new there was a reason I was going 8 or 10 deep on my projects lol

  59. Manoj Gautam
    — February 25, 2013 2:30 pm

    Please have a look here:


    I followed all of your directions in this project.
    Can you featured this in App Design served?



  60. — February 27, 2013 10:21 am

    thanks, but it seems as if behance just follows a few people who already have been featured a several times. it’s hard to find new people with new styles and ideas who get featured. honestly, it’s getting a little boring.


  61. — March 5, 2013 12:02 pm

    Hi Sarah and Behance Team,
    I also want to try to get featured over this comment.
    In the last years I have made crafts, stop motion and 2D animation. Some of my projects have won design prizes, are selected for the Gestalten creative Pool or as well featured on design magazines.
    Please have a look on it:



  62. — March 18, 2013 9:28 pm

    Thanks for the tips, i’ve recently uploaded a project which ticks all these boxes, hope I get featured!

  63. Kirils
    — March 24, 2013 1:11 am

    check this guys out from Latvia http://www.behance.net/1art

  64. — March 30, 2013 10:03 pm

    good to know! thanks!


  65. — April 13, 2013 4:56 am

    @ Sarah
    A massive THANK YOU to the Behance team who have been generous with me and have featured some of my projects, and now I am constantly pushing myself to do better. Not necessarily to be featured more times, but to make justice for every time it has already happened.
    Thank you so very much.

    @ The community

    I started posting on Behance in June last year (though I have been signed up for way longer). Even after having a good number of my projects featured, I am amongst those who quite don’t understand much the ‘featuring process’. However, there are some little things I’ve learned that I am happy to pass on:

    1 – Try to see your work as an outsider
    It is very easy to cling to something you did just because it was done by you. Some of you personal projects will only talk to you, and there is no point in trying to pull others into your universe and force them to see things as you see them. To understand this rule is a good step not to be frustrated when others simply do not follow your idea.

    2 – Take care of the presentation.
    Before publishing, make sure that your work is ready. Apparently, projects with a single image are not very welcome. If you have single images projects, bundle them as a new project. If you cannot bundle, show more of it, details, sketches, parts of the process… Make that click by your viewer be worth it.

    3 – Make sure your thumbnail picture is attractive and not only a smaller size version of one image (or worst: THE only image) of your project.

    (to be continued)

  66. — April 13, 2013 5:01 am

    4 – Be relevant
    Don’t post something just because you think it’s ‘cute’, ‘nice’ or ‘cool’. You have FB for that purpose. One art director once told me that ‘your portfolio as just as good as your worst piece showing’. This is a professional platform, so think if you would show it to a prospect.

    5 – Be social
    Go for other profiles, appreciate what you like, leave comments, do your homework. Behance works as a chain: the more you see the more you are seen. There are thousands of profiles to be found and if you just sit and wait, you will remain unseen.

    6 – Understand the standard.
    Not all work published on Behance is necessarily good. But the Featured Galleries are good guides to the quality standard. Learn (this is different from copying) with them.

    7 – Publish only work you believe to be good, and not because you want to be featured. In my portfolio there are a few projects more viewed and appreciated than others that have been featured. For me it is just as special.

    8 – Remember that there is a human being behind the curatorial process, so it will be at times a subjective matter.

    Hope it helps,

  67. — April 14, 2013 4:14 pm

    I really don’t understand why my comment has been removed.

    So sad.

  68. — April 16, 2013 5:25 pm

    Thank for the nice tips
    Please take a min to see my latest work
    Its about new way of photography


    I hope i can get featured with this project

    Ayman saleh

  69. Viki
    — April 17, 2013 12:26 am

    Loved these tips! Can you check out my latest work?


    Thank you in advance!
    Viki K.

  70. — April 17, 2013 6:40 pm

    Cool tips, helped me to built my latest project. A LOGO gallery. Take a peek:

    Cheers from Portugal!

  71. Particle Interactive
    — April 22, 2013 7:37 am

    Thanks for the great tips.

    We have just opened a our Behance account, please have a look at our debut work.



  72. — April 26, 2013 1:11 am

    Thanks for the tips. Personally I dont feel any of my work is worthy of making its way onto any of The Served sites but nice to know what you guys are looking for.

    I must try make future projects more consitant with a stronger theme at the center.


  73. Andrea
    — April 30, 2013 8:06 am

    Thanks for the tips, tried to follow all of your directions (length, concept and presentation).



    Would be nice if the curatorial team start looking at my works.


  74. — April 30, 2013 11:45 am

    Hello everybody,
    Well as a another Behance member, I was also wondering things related to being feature; at the beginning, I entered to behance just to build up my portfolio, in fact I own one prosite… and after spending some times looking at some projects I realize that at the beginning of Behance getting feature was easy, there are quite few projects from 2008-2010 that if they were submitted now they will now be feature ( I guess).

    But as others have been said here, this lead into something that mark difference between the ones with tons of features and the rest, which implies that some companies that know behance can take that as a reference (people with features and people without features, that can make the difference between having work or not at some point, if you are using behance services to show your projects.

    Personally, I improved the presentation of some old projects to be qualify for some feature, but nothing… but I can say in that the positive part is that Behance has became a reference for me.

    Have a nice day.

  75. — May 16, 2013 8:09 pm

    That’s ok.

    BUT should i wait for the lucky that the curatorial team look my project?

    is there anyway to send my job?
    well there is: http://bit.ly/19oSPDt

  76. — May 24, 2013 11:09 pm

    take a look at my adidas branding concept


  77. Yashi
    — May 26, 2013 5:06 pm

    This is helpful article. i hope one day my works featured on all served sites. if you have enough time, please take a look my new projects. it’s not personal request, it’s a suggestion if curated think this is needs to be a featured, that’s all up to you..


    thank you…

  78. — July 19, 2013 7:44 am

    thanks for the information :D


  79. — July 25, 2013 1:26 pm

    That’s good!

  80. Andrew Terchsanky
    — August 31, 2013 4:22 am

    I wonder how many people are in the Curators Team? There are thousands of projects published daily and many “featured-worthy” projects are not given the attention they deserve.

    Just recently stumbled to this project: http://www.behance.net/gallery/Moleskine-Doodles-2/10084317

    I’ve seen the work featured on so many blogs and websites ultimately featured-worthy on behance.


  81. linwei
    — September 5, 2013 9:11 am

    We will keep working at it to get featured!

  82. — September 22, 2013 12:17 am

    I’m not sure on the hints on being featured on curated sites, but I am convinced that Behance is the ONLY serious community site that looks at unique concepts instead of work that just looks pretty.. And i’m very thankfull for that, and I hope that other sites learn from it.

  83. Bishop Asu
    — October 11, 2013 9:12 am

    I’m always motivated and inspired by some of the good works I see on behance. They’ve encouraged me to pushed beyond my limitations. Thank you.

  84. — October 19, 2013 8:11 pm

    I recently joined Behance. LOVE IT! I have posted 4 projects so far but will post more soon.. I would really appreciate getting featured on Behance.net. Here’s my portfolio. Thank you and keep up the great work.. Thx.


  85. Mark
    — November 6, 2013 9:47 pm

    Oh nice points/comments but i too have never been featured. But the site is great lots of creative and inspiration works from all over the globe. Nevertheless i still try to post projects on a daily basis. And hope that some day get featured, but for now i am just doing my thing featured or not.

    This is my link feel free to check some stuff out.


  86. — December 10, 2013 4:28 pm

    My brother and I recently wrapped up a project that we gifted to a client because we believe in dreams. Her dream is to become a household name for hair and beauty. So we dedicated our time to apply our skills in marketing and design to create a branding package for her. This package included her brand idenity (logo, color palette, taglines), website, anda a social media strategy for facebook, twitter, instragram. We are quite proud of the work we have been able to complete for Krown N Glory. Our dream is to be featured on branding served, to us it would be an acknowledgement of our hard work that the creative community approves. Our project can be found here:


  87. — December 10, 2013 11:24 pm

    hy! it’s very interesting to see how i can get a project featured on behance,
    If someone would like to look at my behance page I left my link down here.



  88. Balint
    — December 19, 2013 11:04 am

    The thing I don’t get, that my projects on Behance, are posted by blogs like INDULGD, Art-Spire, Smashfreaks, Blend Images, etc. One project called “Time Machine” is sold by X6 Gallery, which is a partner of LUMAS, but I don’t get featured?!
    So I don’t see the logic in it.

    You can see my Behance site here: http://www.behance.net/balintalovits

  89. — January 10, 2014 8:41 am

    What if you edit an existing project? I often present mock-ups while I wait till I have the finished products/designs in hand (and a bit of spare time!), and then take photographs to finish the presentation. Maybe I’ll better wait until I get the photos done and don’t rush it just to get my work out there? Or create a new project for the new photos instead of editing the existing one (and delete that obviously). Or do you go through all the projects that’s been updated too?

    My work was featured once. Out of the blue. At least a couple of weeks after I published it… Mysterious.. :)

    Keep up the good work!

  90. Stark
    — January 22, 2014 7:30 pm

    The curatorial team must have a vast amount of work to look at considering the amount of growth that behance is seeing. It’s a wonderful site and I’m really glad I found it. If anyone can look at my page I would appreciate it:


  91. — April 25, 2014 11:16 am

    […] in a clean and organized way. More information about curated galleries can be found on this short blog post on Behance’s […]

  92. — April 27, 2014 4:59 am


    Hoping that the Behance Team sees our latest post as a feature worthy project. We really believe that it fits the criteria, and is well presented. :)

    We would really appreciate it getting featured on Behance.


  93. — May 10, 2014 6:58 pm

    I’ve always been curious as to how the work is selected. I’ve had a feature in the past (thank you!), but it wasn’t for a particularly conceptual project. It would be great to hear more on the selection process :)


  94. Lilly
    — May 12, 2014 1:53 pm

    Can you get featured if you only upload 1 image but a very long one? (13.000 pixels in my case)

  95. — May 19, 2014 9:52 pm

    This is a bunch of BS. They don’t even follow the guidelines they show here. They must think we’re all stupid. Like we can’t see they feature projects that don’t fit the guidelines. What they have here is mere business rhetoric. I wonder what the real guidelines are that they use. They probably don’t have any at all.

  96. mohamed raed
    — June 15, 2014 3:39 am

    this is my project about arabic Calligraphy names
    I would like To Like it
    this is my Gallery :
    i would like to featured this project : https://www.behance.net/gallery/17510823/Arabic-Calligraphy
    at the end thank you :) :) :)

  97. — July 9, 2014 7:04 pm


    The entire project concept is all about after effects UI animation and how to make a landing page visually more appealing using simple animations that feels more depth. You may check this design here


    I just built the whole project just to showcase my abilities here, no benefits apart from that. I request you to make this one featured, only if you find it is useful for others

    I got many mails regards how you did this, how you did that etc. I helped them as I can :) by featuring it may help more designers to present their works visually more appealing


    Farhan Razak
    Founder | UI&UX Head at Axeon

  98. — August 4, 2014 11:52 pm

    Is it recommended that users have their copyright settings changed to a Creative Commons license, rather than an all rights reserved setting, in order for a project to be featured?

  99. — September 13, 2014 7:53 pm


    I’ve been fortunate enough to have a few of my projects featured in the past and I owe Behance for getting my career started. Or at least getting my work out there to begin with.

    I have a question: What if I published a new project, then had to unpublish it due to an error in client information…. and then was able to re-publish the same project later on. Does the curatorial team still get to see this project as a recently added project? This occurred with one of my latest additions.

    It does seem amazing that the team is able to get a good look at every new project that is posted on Behance, but I do wonder if some projects (some great ones) slip by on occasion.


  100. Al
    — October 28, 2014 3:06 pm

    In general, the tighter the restrictions, the less visibility it will get.