Hello. I am Nami, Curator at Behance.

Nami Berglund, Curator at Behance (Adobe)

I have been curating the best of design and design practices for Behance with Oscar Ramos Orozco since 2011. I hope our work has helped out some of you over the years.

This year, we published: How to Get Featured on Behance: Insights and Tips from Our Curation Team

If you are wondering how to get featured on Behance…. Please read this article on our Behance Blog.

When you upload a project on Behance, your work doesn’t stop there. Tagging your projects correctly with the keywords that reflect your work will help people find your work. I highly encourage you to promote your projects on various social media platforms for maximum visibility. We would appreciate it if you can read about what we look for in your projects and when in doubt, please scroll through our curated projects at Best of Behance and Curated Galleries (https://www.behance.net/galleries)

I assure you there is no such thing as a “Behance Algorithm” (that I keep hearing of?) to get featured. We do that manually. Thousands of appreciations and huge number of followers doesn’t equate to getting featured but putting some effort into appreciating, commenting and following your fellow creatives when you are starting out or coming back to Behance after a long hiatus is a great way to establish your presence. It’s also fun to start a moodboard and start saving works you like.

If you have any further questions, please contact our help desk at Behance.

Thank you for being a part of the Behance community.

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Curator at Behance, Adobe

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