Behance’s “Year in Review” – Highlighting the People, Places and Tools that Defined Creativity in 2015

by Sarah Rapp

posted on 12-14-2015

The end of the year is a time for reflection and resolutions, lists of best songs and slideshows. But how do we look back and measure a year in creativity, with all the cutting-edge technology, artists and innovators pushing the industry in new directions?

Today, Behance is releasing our annual “Year in Review,” the creative industry’s time capsule of 2015. This year, we had more than six million members uploading thousands of projects every day. Better than anyone else, Behance captures the zeitgeist of the global creative community. We paused to take the pulse of this vibrant creative community and found some pretty incredible – and unexpected – things happen when people share their work. Here’s a snapshot of the people, places, tools and techniques that defined creativity in 2015:

The Talent: Our number one priority is to empower the careers of our members and help their work get exposure. We’re proud to share the accomplishments of Behance members like:

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The Places (buy your plane ticket!):

The Tools & Techniques:

Behance Color of the Year

We’re humbled and impressed by our members’ amazing work – and energized about these new developments in the industry. I’d love to hear what creative moments, people or places inspired you this year in the comments below or on Twitter, @behance.

Jeannie Huang, product designer at Behance, designed the Year in Review site and contributed to this piece.

Topics: Creative Inspiration & Trends

Products: Illustrator, Creative Cloud