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AIGA members are invited to join the AIGA Member Portfolios Gallery—an exclusive
network hosted by Behance—to gain broader exposure for their work,
connect with like-minded designers, and be discovered more easily
by potential clients and recruiters. Joining the network allows you to:
Gain unparalleled exposure
Your work will be shown both on the AIGA Member Portfolios Gallery and in the
larger Behance Network that
attracts millions of visitors per month.
Build a following
Gain followers everywhere your work appears, and easily alert your followers when you publish new work. You’ll also be able to access statistics on your own portfolio.
Publish once, appear everywhereThe AIGA Member Portfolios Gallery gives you the ability to display your work on your AIGA.org member profile, post your work instantly to Facebook and Twitter, sync with Behance and have your work seen across AIGA.org.
Showcase your work Put your best foot forward by building unlimited multimedia projects using images, text, audio and video, all for free.
Keep your work at your fingertipsWith the free Behance app your AIGA Member Portfolio is always with you on your iPhone or iPad, making it easy to show your latest work even when you don’t have your full portfolio on hand.
Go to the Sign-up page on the AIGA Member Portfolios site and enter your AIGA credentials. You will be prompted to create a Behance account or log in to your existing Behance account. You will start seeing your work in the
AIGA gallery and on your AIGA.org member profile within a day.
Q: What happens to my portfolio if I don't renew my AIGA
If your membership has expired, your portfolio will no longer show
up as part of the AIGA Member Portfolios Gallery, but it will remain on the Behance Network—without AIGA affiliation. When you reinstate your AIGA membership,
you'll be able to re-join the AIGA Member Portfolios Gallery in
Behance so that you can enjoy the benefits of inclusion in this
trusted and respected professional network.
Q: Is there a space to display my résumé?
Yes! This feature was added in November 2010. You can provide both
a searchable web page and downloadable PDF version from your
Q: Can I add a URL that links to other websites/projects I
Yes, users can add URLs to their profiles in the Edit Profile
setting. Another option is to add links and linked text within a
project. To do this, simply add a TEXT module to your project and
select the icon for inserting a web link from within the text
Q: Can I organize the projects in my portfolio by
While users can add specific tags and creative fields to each
project that they publish in their portfolio, Behance doesn’t
currently offer the ability to group projects by a specific group
Q: How do I get my work “featured”?
Featured projects are handpicked by the Behance curatorial team,
based on a number of criteria and data from the network. Behance
has a dedicated group of people who review every project published
in the network every day to find the most innovative projects.
Q: I need help!
If you have difficulty setting up your portfolio,
contact Behance for technical support.
Take advantage of the many benefits that come with being an AIGA member: savings, information, community, inspiration and more.
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Join AIGA to meet other designers through local chapters, find design events, participate in professional development, access exclusive benefits, and be part of a network that increases design’s influence and expands opportunities for designers.
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