Adobe Portfolio is one of the most mentioned portfolio website building tools on my TikTok account and for good reason. It comes free with any Adobe Creative Cloud subscription and the majority of the creative industry runs on Adobe. But I continue to see designers and creatives struggle with how to use it. Why is this?

Well for starters, its not the most intuitive portfolio website builder to use. While Adobe is known for constantly updating their suite of products. Adobe Portfolio seems to be way at the bottom of their priority list which means that there hasn't been any meaningful updates or improvements to the platform in quite a while. Resulting in designers and creatives getting lost and frustrated while trying to build their portfolio websites.

While I may recommend other portfolio website builders regularly in this newsletter and on my TikTok account, it is hard for me to ignore how valuable Adobe Portfolio can be for designers and creatives. So I decided to answer all of the questions I get about Adobe Portfolio by putting together this completely free 4 video lesson mini-course that will walk you through the ins and outs of Adobe Portfolio.

In the Mastering Adobe Portfolio Mini-Course we will cover:

  • Creating an engaging case study design for your projects.
  • Designing your Adobe Portfolio homepage.
  • Saving time by using text styles.
  • Navigating Adobe Portfolio's interface.
  • Effectively using the SEO features within Adobe Portfolio.
  • Syncing projects between Behance and Adobe Portfolio.

By the end of this free mini-course, I promise you will be a lot more comfortable working with Adobe Portfolio and on your way to create a powerful portfolio website so you can start landing more opportunities in your career.

If you would like to receive this mini-course for free, all you have to do is sign up below!

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