Adobe Portfolio – Day 10 of the 10 Day Challenge 

Adobe Portfolio

Congratulations, you’ve made it to day ten of the Portfolio challenge! First we’re going to preview our portfolio to make sure that everything is working as it should be, and then we will publish it to the world. At the bottom of the screen, click the Preview option.


Use the navigation to click through your galleries, projects, pages, and links. If you see anything that you need to change, click Back to Edit and make the necessary changes.

10BackToEditThen, click Preview again and click the other preview icons to see how your portfolio will display across devices.


Once you’ve confirmed that everything is working as you want it to, click Back to Edit.

Click Update Live Site. Don’t worry you can still make changes to your Portfolio even after your site is live.


Fantastic, your Portfolio is live!

To make additional changes, choose Continue to Editor to look at your site, click View your Portfolio.

Thank you so much for participating in this ten-day challenge. I certainly learned some new features this week and hope that you have too.

Please leave your URL in the comments below so that I can visit your portfolio and look at your work.

If you have feature requests, please post them here so that the product team will see them.

Thank you again!


Adobe Portfolio

Posted on 04-01-2016


  • By Jack Holmes - 7:01 AM on April 1, 2016

    Thanks for the 10-day challenge and the help.

    • By Julieanne Kost - 8:25 AM on April 1, 2016  

      Nice work Jack. I’ve always wanted to go to Alaska to photograph the eagles, and you reminded me how magnificent they are.

  • By John Weiss - 7:57 AM on April 1, 2016  
  • By Hilary Barton - 8:30 AM on April 1, 2016

    Such clear explanations! I’ve been away from home since Day 6, so although I have read the last 4 of your blogs, I haven’t been able to incorporate them yet. So my portfolio is work-in-progress. I look forward to completing it.

  • By Hilary Barton - 8:35 AM on April 1, 2016  
  • By Geoff Scott - 9:06 AM on April 1, 2016

    Almost done. Two more projects to add (Circle & Concrete Curves) and may be some text editing plus clean up.

    Very glad you wrote up this challenge. I needed this and had fun doing it.

  • By Vivian Nagy - 10:13 AM on April 1, 2016  

    Thank you for the 10-day challenge! I started from nothing and now have a functional website! This is so much easier than WordPress!

  • By Vivian Nagy - 10:15 AM on April 1, 2016  

    Here’s my portfolio:

  • By Cary Wolfson - 10:32 AM on April 1, 2016  

    Thanks, Julieanne. Some of the early problems I had with the site (like repeated “Oops!”s) finally worked themselves out. I did just now put in a request to be able to set default font, text size and justification in caption and text boxes for each project.

    Here’s my portfolio:

  • By Judi Lapsley Miller - 10:57 AM on April 1, 2016  

    Thank you Julienne – you’re my go-to gal for all things Adobe – your tutorials are some of the best. Always so clear and easy to follow. Plus your photos and art are amazing and inspiring. My portfolio is at

  • By Peter Goode - 12:19 PM on April 1, 2016  

    Thanks for this Julieanne. I found it very helpful!! Here is the link to my portfolio:

  • By Ed wolpov - 2:23 PM on April 1, 2016  

    Thanks so much for the tutorials. Although I completed my portfolio a couple of weeks ago, I learned a few new things reviewing the 10-day challenge. Here’s a link:

  • By Lynette Batton - 3:12 PM on April 1, 2016  

    Here’s my portfolio:

    I wanted to publish it with an artist statement page, but that has turned into a challenge all by itself. So far I only have an Artist Statement page under Construction.

    I don’t suppose you will have a 10 day “Artist Statement” Challenge would you? 🙂

    Thank you again, I learned so much.

    • By Julieanne Kost - 10:14 AM on April 2, 2016  

      I was actually thinking of having a “Personal mission statement” challenge. I just wrote one, and I really like the results, but I’m not clear on how I would teach it.

  • By Kathryn Kempke - 3:33 PM on April 1, 2016  

    Thanks for the detailed instructions. Here is my site:

  • By ikuma - 4:57 PM on April 1, 2016  

    been a while since I updated my regular website so this has been a welcome challenge.

    I just wish that the project date option would rather allow for a date range, since not all projects are actually done within a day, week, month or even a year, so having even just a year displayed next to the project’s title isn’t really accurate in some instances.

    nevertheless, here it is in its almost finished state:

  • By Helen Anne Lemke - 6:54 PM on April 1, 2016  

    I had missed that this was part of the subscription. I’ve enjoyed the process, especially revisiting my photos and choosing some to publish. My initial attempt is here:

    Thanks for the challenge

  • By Lynette Batton - 7:35 PM on April 1, 2016  

    Let’s try that again:

  • By Keith - 4:56 AM on April 2, 2016  

    Thank you Julieanne, a good set of tutorials and very helpful too.

    My portfolio is

  • By Julieanne Kost - 10:12 AM on April 2, 2016  

    Thank you all for posting links to your URLs. I’ve had a fun morning sipping coffee and looking through all of your work. And, I’ve some great ideas for pushing my site a little farther. We are so fortunate to have photography as a way to visually communicate our stories to the world. : )

  • By angela - 2:17 PM on April 3, 2016  

    I am not a professional photographer, i am a 3D artist, thanks for the tips !
    here is my portfolio:

  • By Tom Kimmerer - 5:36 PM on April 4, 2016  

    I have never had this much fun (or any fun, actually) building web sites on other platforms. With the tutorials, this was fun, straightforward and made a beautiful site. I would love to see two-column pages, and have added that the the suggested features. Thanks, Ms. Kost, for great work.

  • By Giovanni - 12:39 PM on April 14, 2016  

    Thanks for the great tutorial, here is my portfolio.

    The next step to activate a third-level domain!