Adobe acquires social portfolio site Behance

    Adobe acquires social portfolio site Behance

    Adobe acquires social portfolio site Behance

    Adobe has acquired the social portfolio sharing service Behance, the company has announced.

    Popular with photographers and designers, Behance will be integrated into Adobe’s new Creative Cloud service.

    Financial details of the transaction were not revealed.

    Behance boasts over 1 million members and hosts more than 3 million portfolios from photographers and digital artists.

    Adobe said its acquisition of Behance accelerates the company’s strategy to bring community features to Creative Cloud.

    “When we launched Creative Cloud earlier this year, we committed that we would give members new value on an ongoing basis. Last week, we launched new training features, file synchronisation and sharing capabilities, digital publishing services and significant updates to a number of our tools, including Photoshop,” said David Wadhwani, senior vice president and general manager, Adobe.

    “Behance will play a key role in Adobe’s efforts to serve the creative world in the years to come and will accelerate our efforts to enable a more open and collaborative creative community.”


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