New Features and Updates for Behance and Adobe Live

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Image search results on Behance for the query 'cinestill'.

by Will Allen

posted on 06-16-2020

During challenging times, such as these, it’s easy to focus on the ways we’ve been pulled apart. While design conferences, meet-ups, happy hours, and more are on hold for now, our community is finding ways to come together like never before.

Today, we want to share not only an exciting set of features added to our community products, besides updates to Adobe Creative Cloud apps, but also some growth numbers that show how much the community has pulled together.

On the product updates, there is some exciting news as well. For starters, Behance is getting image search, and Adobe Live is expanding its programming. Read on for more details on these announcements.

New on Behance: Image search to find the inspiration you’re looking for

Behance is an incredible platform for showcasing your work, and seeing the work of other creatives out there. Users have traditionally searched for inspiration by project; project names, categories, and keywords help you find what you’re looking for. But what if you’re looking for a specific style or visual element? Now, you’re able to type in your search query and have individual images pop up, without needing to sort through projects to find them.

Image search results on Behance for the query 'star trails' with filter options expanded for lens exposures.

Image search in Behance.

We’ve made search more powerful for photographers, especially. In addition to the new image search, you’re able to filter through visuals by camera, lens, exposure, and more. You’ll also be able search and find GIFs too.

GIF image search results on Behance for the query 'kinetic type'.

Image search will also return GIF results.

New on Adobe Live: Creative Cloud product releases and so much more

Adobe Creative Cloud is launching new features and enhancements across many products, and we are excited to share all the ways we’re making collaboration, communication and co-creating with team members and stakeholders easier for you (especially at this time, when we’re relying on each at a distance) The best place to see these new features in action is on Adobe Live: we’ll be hosting tons of in-depth sessions and product reveals over the next two weeks.

A collage of livestreams from Adobe Live contributors.

We’re also continuing to expand our streaming content from the world’s top creators. Obviously, we can’t host them in our Adobe Live studios, so we’re hosting them virtually, patching them in to connect with you from their offices and living rooms, to yours. We’ve significantly boosted our streaming content from creators around the world, including more great programming in German, French, and from creators in the UK and the Asia-Pacific region as well.

Adobe Live goes mobile

The Creative Cloud mobile app has been the go-to way to manage your files, install fonts, view tutorials, and discover apps on the go. Now, you can also watch Adobe Live right from your mobile device, so you no longer need to be at your desk to get inspired by pros or to participate in chat. Take your creative hub with you wherever you go, and catch your favorite artists and designers both live and on-demand as they make great things on the Creative Cloud mobile app.

UI for the Photoshop (left), Adobe XD (center), and Adobe Illustrator feeds in the Adobe Live mobile app.

Creating and sharing as a global design community

We hope these latest developments across Behance and Adobe Live will provide even more value to you when it comes to creating great work and sharing it with the community. We’re working hard to make sure these platforms remain a safe, supportive place to be inspired and interact with others. While we may be physically distant right now, we are still very much connected. We can’t wait to see what you’ll create next!

At Adobe, we believe that everyone deserves respect and equal treatment, and we also stand with the Black community against hate, intolerance and racism. We will continue to support, elevate, and amplify diverse voices through our community of employees, creatives, customers and partners. We believe Adobe has a responsibility to drive change and ensure that every individual feels a sense of belonging and inclusion. We must stand up and speak out against racial inequality and injustice. Read more about the actions we’re taking to make lasting change inside and outside of our company.

We also know many people are still impacted by the current COVID-19 crisis and our thoughts are with you. The entire Adobe team wants to thank you, our customers, and all creators around the world for the work you do to keep us inspired during this difficult time.

Topics: Design

Products: Photoshop, Illustrator, Creative Cloud