Portfolio Hosting – Why & Where

Portfolio Hosting – Why & Where

Every creative artist needs a place to showcase his/work. While some have their own sites, where they do showcase their work, some of them aren’t so. That’s where Portfolio Hosting sites come into the picture, These sites help you create and easily maintain a digital portfolio of your works.

This works wonders for even those artists who have a site of their own.

Sometimes, their site is hard to update for a number of reasons (lack of knowledge, lengthy process when creating thumbnails, cropping images etc) and these sites make it easy to update your portfolio. Some are paid and some are feature limited with free plans, they differ mainly with the number of creative works you can put up. Here are the one’s we’ve picked out for you

Behance Network

The Behance Network is the world’s leading platform for creative professionals across all industries. Members build multi-media portfolios that display their work. Millions of visitors – including recruiters, top creative companies, editors, and more – come to Behance to see the incredible content and find talent to hire.

Visit Behance Network


Carbonmade

With Carbonmade, you can manage your online portfolio with a variety of tools that allow you to change how you display your work. The core idea behind the design of Carbonmade is to keep your images or videos at the forefront.

Visit Carbonmade


Coroflot

An employment community for designers: Make an online portfolio to promote your work. Browse portfolios or post design jobs.

Visit Coroflot


Krop

Quickly organize your work in our beautiful template. Designed for creatives with impossibly high standards, and built to the specification of creative recruiters at companies that already use Krop to find talent. (including Apple, Gucci, Nike, Mtv, etc.)

Visit Krop


Jobrary

Custom section in resume, Group images in portfolio, Share your public profile on networking sites, Forward resume and portfolio to a potential employer, Download resume as PDF and lot more.

Visit Jobrary


Shown’d

Whether you’re a photographer, graphic or web designer, illustrator, writer, videographer, or “that guy”, you’re going to need a portfolio. That’s where we come in.
Get your free online portfolio and connect with employers. You’re welcome.

Visit Shownd


Creative Binge

With a strong focus on showcasing great work, Creative Binge also has plans to offer a unique method for competing in design competitions, friend networks and job board functions.

Visit Creative Binge


Glossom

The Visual Platform For Creative People.

Visit Glossom


Figdig

Showcase your portfolio in HD. A community of high quality illustrators, graphic designers, and photographers

Visit Figdig


Cargo Collective

Cargo is a web publishing (CMS) and community-building platform currently in development. It powers a variety of creative communities in the fields of Education, Design, Research, and Conceptual Art.

Visit Cargo Collective


Logo Portfolio Hosting

These sites are excellent at letting you showcase your logos if you’re a logo designer. Sites such as Brandstack, even let you sell your creations and earn some money while showcasing your portfolio.


There are other simpler choices, where an artist can display his work, such as Flickr or Deviantart, though the options on these sites are more geared towards image hosting rather than portfolio hosting. You can always give these a try before you try one of the services listed above.

We’ve tried to list out some of the best, If we’ve missed any, kindly send us an email at blog[at]meetc3.com or post it in the comments.

Leave a Reply

 
m4s0n501