Adobe announced the launch of Adobe Portfolio, a new tool to help people quickly build personalized websites. When we say “quickly,” we mean in minutes, or at least that’s how Adobe describes it.
The offering is available to Creative Cloud subscribers.
“Because the portfolio is the new visual resume, Adobe Portfolio lets creatives in any field easily design a customized website outfitted with extensive galleries of work—providing a vital opportunity to convey skills, style, and specialties in a way that captures the all-important first impression,” says Sarah Rapp, Head of Community Data & Insights at Adobe.
“Adobe Portfolio takes the pain out of creating a website and is flexible to fit a wide range of styles,” she says. “Whether you prefer an off-the-shelf layout, or something one-of-a-kind, you can individualize the site design to fit your style, aesthetic, and career goals. You can further customize your site with a personalized URL, analytics tracking, Typekit fonts, and password-protected pages. Adobe Portfolio also supports responsive design for ensuring your work looks great on all screen sizes.”
Behance members can have their Portfolio projects synced automatically with their profiles.
In this blog post, Adobe links to several Portfolio projects, which you can take a look at to see some examples.
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