If You Are a Designer, Here are 7 Websites Where You Can Showcase your Talent!

Designers are going places nowadays. They are in the era where they are the masters of creativity. And if you are doing something creative, it is obvious to showcase it to become better, and getting recognition. There are many ways to showcase your talent. No, I am not talking about making a website for your work portfolio. Everyone does not know coding and cannot spend money for showcasing their talent. Then what is the solution? Well, now you don’t have to worry about it because there are many websites which can help the young talent to exhibit their talent.

First of all, why do a designer need to make profiles on different platforms? The reason is to get recognition. If you want to be a preference you should have something better than others to offer. But how will the clients get to know if you are the best choice? The answer is by checking out your profile or portfolio on different platforms.

So, here are 7 platforms for rising talent to showcase their talent:

1. Flickr

1   Flickr is now a venture of Yahoo!. However, there is a lot of competition on Flickr but getting recognition on Flickr is easy. Using Flickr as the mean to showcase your portfolio can get you the benefits made available by Yahoo! And your work could be easily crawled.

2. Wix

2 It is a free website builder. There are no coding issues.  You can build your website easily even if you do not have any idea about coding. It has essential tools that you may need to build a strong online presence.

3. Dribble

3 It is a networking community for designers, illustrators, and web developers.It allows designers to share screenshots of the current projects and other users will give opinions on it.

4. Behance

4 Behance is one of the easiest websites to showcase the creative talent. The website has million of visitors in a month which will increase your chances of getting hired by professionals.

5. Carbonmade

5 Carbonmade is another platform among the best ones. It comes with two options: free and paid. The free account has limited options which include- 5 projects and only 35 images to be uploaded. The paid version has better options.

6. Cargo collective

6 It is another networking website. You need to build a network with other designers which will help you get more traction and recognition via your work. If your work is really good, you would stand a chance to get featured on the platform. 

7. Adobe portfolio

7 It is a platform where you can build a responsive site for your creative work. Apart from this, it lets you connect with your Behance profile to import your existing projects and keep your portfolio in sync.
We are in the digital age, and we have a lot of opportunities to showcase our talent. If you are a designer, you should showcase your talent not only to get recognition, but also to improvise as a designer. Suggestions and opinions always bring out the best in you.