Important Announcement About Project 1324

Image source: Ted Bettridge.

To give you more opportunities to create, learn, and get inspired, Project 1324 is joining forces with our Behance and Adobe Students communities. As a result, will soon be discontinued as a stand-alone site. If you uploaded projects, you’ll be able to download them from the site through May 13, 2019.

We’re excited to invite every Project 1324 member to join Behance, where you can showcase your creative work, discover projects, and follow creators who inspire you. To get started on Behance, all you need to do is sign in with your existing Adobe ID. In addition, by following @adobestudents and @adobecreativecloud, you can participate in even more challenges and activities to push your creative limits. Finally, check out our free resources like Adobe Live, the Make It Center,, and tutorials made just for students.

Please see the FAQ below for more details. If you have further questions, email us at

Thank you for inspiring us and for continuing to be a part of the creative community.


General questions

What changes are happening to Project 1324? is being discontinued as a stand-alone website. You will be able to access your own profile page and download your own projects until May 13, 2019.

Why is Project 1324 being discontinued?

To give you more opportunities to create, learn, and get inspired, Project 1324 is joining together with the Behance and Adobe Students communities.

What is Behance and what does it offer?

Behance is the leading online platform to showcase and discover creative work. You can upload groupings of images, text, videos, (known as Projects) to your profile and track views, appreciations, and comments from viewers around the world. Learn more about Behance here.

How do I create a profile on Behance?

To create a profile, all you need to do is visit Behance and sign-in with your Adobe ID. To make it easier for you to continue showcasing your creative work and connecting with other creators, your profile is pre-populated with your Project 1324 artist statement, interest tags, and profile picture. You can update any of your profile information by following this guide. Learn more about setting up your profile here.

If you do not wish to have a profile on Behance, please read these instructions.

How much does it cost to join Behance?

There is no charge to join Behance. All you need to join is your Adobe ID.

What is the Adobe Students community and what does it offer?

Adobe Students provides everything the next generation of creators needs to create amazing work and launch their careers. We also spotlight inspiring creators and showcase what’s possible with Adobe Creative Cloud. Please follow Adobe Students on Facebook and Instagram.

*Note that you do not need to be a student or enrolled in an educational institution to join the community.

Will there be any changes to Project 1324 on social media?

Beginning in early March, Project 1324 on Facebook and Instagram will merge with the corresponding Adobe Students pages. For example, if you are following Project 1324 on Facebook, you will start following Adobe Students on Facebook automatically (if you are not following the page already). Our Twitter page will be live until May 13, 2019, and we recommend following @adobestudents before then.

My profile and projects

How long will I be able to access my profile page and download my projects from Project 1324?

You will be able to access your own profile page and download your own projects until May 13, 2019.

How do I download my projects?

To download your projects from Project 1324, please follow these steps:

What format will be my downloaded projects be in?

Your projects will be compressed into a single .zip file for simpler downloading. After you download and decompress the .zip file, your projects will be in the original formats they were uploaded in. Please note that if you have multiple projects, each one will be decompressed into its own folder.

What can I access on the Project 1324 website?

You can access past challenges and your profile page on the Project 1324 website until May 13, 2019. Exercises, projects from other members, and other members’ profiles are not available.

What happens to my Project 1324 profile page and projects after May 13, 2019?

After May 13, 2019, all sections of will be offline, including your profile page and projects. We encourage you to sign-in to Behance where your artist statement, interest tags, and profile picture from Project 1324 have already been added to your profile.

How do I upload my projects to Behance?

Please visit this guide to learn how to upload projects to Behance.

Challenges and community

How do I view my submissions to past challenges?

All of your project uploads, including challenge submissions, are viewable and downloadable on your profile page until May 13, 2019. Please note that your profile and project uploads (with the exception of challenge submissions) are only visible to you.

How do I enter new challenges?

To participate in future challenges, please follow @AdobeStudents on Facebook and Instagram, and @AdobeCreativeCloud on Facebook for news about upcoming challenges and contests.

I noticed that recent contests hosted by @AdobeStudents and @AdobeCreativeCloud are restricted to people over 18. Will 13-17 year olds be eligible in the future?

The minimum age requirement varies for each contest. We recommend following @AdobeStudents on Facebook and Instagram, and @AdobeCreativeCloud on Facebook for more information.

How do I continue following other members from Project 1324?
By signing-in to your Behance profile, the members you are following on Project 1324 are automatically added to your Following list.

Is Adobe continuing support for creative youth organizations?

Yes. Please visit our creative youth development grants page for more information on grant opportunities and Creative Cloud donations.

Is the Adobe Creativity Scholarships program continuing?

Yes. We are proud to continue support for the Adobe Creativity Scholarship. The application for the 2019-2020 academic year is open until 11:59 pm Pacific Standard Time (UTC-8) on March 12, 2019.

Learning resources

Where can I go to learn new creative skills and techniques?

To learn new skills in digital photography, graphic design, filmmaking, illustration and more, please explore these free resources:

Other questions

Can I still receive support for Project 1324?

Yes, you can email us at for support questions. After May 13, 2019, please visit Adobe Customer Care for help.

I don’t see an answer to my question here – how can I contact you?

Please email us at for other questions you might have.