If it’s been more than six months since you’ve updated your portfolio (like it has been for me), then let’s make this “Update Your Portfolio Weekend” and give our port the refresh you’ve been meaning to give it for month (and then on Monday, I’m hoping you’ll post links to your updated portfolio site so I can check them out).
Now, if you’re reading this thinking, “Well, I’m out, I don’t even have a portfolio” then you’re in luck, because chances are you subscribe to some Adobe subscription plan, and if you do, that means you get access to “Adobe Portfolio” for free, which is an
Best of all, it’s free
Well, Adobe Portfolio (found at myportfolio.com) is a part of your Adobe subscription plan but you know what I mean — you don’t have to pay extra for it — the Web hosting is already included in your plan, too, so there are no extra costs at all. It’s free with your Adobe Creative Cloud subscription).
If you want some step-by-step help on how to set up your Adobe Portfolio for the first time, I did a full class on it, and I take you through the process (it’s super-simple), and you’ll have a portfolio up and running fast.
So that’s our weekend assignment.
I’ll be updating my port, too, and we’ll all meet back here on Monday to share links. Deal? Deal.
Have a great weekend everybody, and here’s to freshened-up ports!
P.S. This is also a great weekend to make your Photoshop World Conference plans, so you can join us in Orlando May 31st – June 2nd, 2019 in Orlando, Flordia. Details, tickets and travel info/hotel discounts at