Showcase Your Creative Work Using Adobe Portfolio 

Adobe Portfolio

Adobe Portfolio is a fast and easy way to showcase your work and, if you subscribe to Creative Cloud or the Creative Cloud for Photography plan, Adobe Portfolio is included in your subscription! You don’t have to know any code, you simply start by selecting one of the elegantly designed themes and then  customize it as much (or as little) as you want to match your personal style. It’s easy to include galleries of images, video, specialty pages, social media links, contact information and more. And all of the layouts use responsive design, enabling your site to automatically adapt for the best viewing experience across devices. 

To help you get started, I took some notes that I’ve used in the past and updated them with new screenshots, incorporated several of the new features, and am posting the PDF for you to download here (2019_AdobePortfolio). 

Update 08_28 – I forget to mention that you can crate more than one portfolio site!

If you have any issues as you walk through the tutorial let me know so I can correct/clarify them. 

If you want to share what you’ve created, add a link to your portfolio in the comments. I used Adobe Portfolio to showcase my photography here. 

Enjoy!


Adobe Portfolio

Posted on 08-27-2019


Comments

  • By Michael Wignall - 2:14 PM on August 27, 2019  

    Very easy solution to use! love it! http://www.naemickpics.com

  • By Randal Jaffe - 4:56 AM on August 28, 2019  

    My simple site showcasing nature photos.

  • By Geoff Scott - 11:16 PM on August 28, 2019  

    I enjoyed creating my site when Portfolio first came out (or when you first wrote about it). It’s been easy to maintain and add to. Now I just need to take more photos!

  • By Per Vindis - 3:06 AM on August 29, 2019  

    Very interesting and easy to work with.
    I have tried to make nested galleries – is it not possible?

  • By Craig Beyers - 2:16 PM on August 31, 2019  

    Finally updated my portfolio (https://cbeyers.myportfolio.com/work) while converting to Adobe Portfolio! You are prescient, Julieanne, as your .pdf came just when I needed some answers. Thanks…