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How to use Adobe Portflio to organize and present your work | Productivity

To make a portfolio, users can turn to Adobe Portflio, an online platform for Creative Cloud users to create websites to display their work. The Adobe service provides ready-to-edit themes, and supports different types of publications such as text, video, and image. The platform also has a link with Lightroom, which is ideal for photographers who want to expose photos online.

Free for anyone who is already an Adobe user, the platform can be accessed by anyone, but the site is only published when linked to an active plan Adobe account, ie paid monthly. Check out the following tutorial how to make an online portfolio from a ready-made layout in Adobe Portflio.

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Publish your portfolio online Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Coutinho

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Step 1. Sign in to Adobe Portflio (portfolio.adobe) and choose the "Get Free" option;

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Start your portfolio on Adobe Portflio Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Coutinho

Step 2. Choose between a gallery of works and a single page template. In the gallery, you can enter different pages for each project. We will continue with this option in this tutorial;

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Choose a portfolio type Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 3. The page provides various template template options. Choose one of them with one click;

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Choose a template from Adobe Portflio Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 4. At this point, the site will ask you to sign in with an Adobe account or your social networks. Choose a login form, or register your email. It will be associated with your Adobe account even if you do not have a paid package. We chose to go with the Google account;

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Log in to Adobe or register Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 5. In the next step, you will start to customize your layout. Once logged in, the system already enters your name as the portfolio title, but you can change it with one click. To start a new project, select the "Add Page" option;

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Start customizing your page Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Coutinho

Step 6. You have to choose between making a page or creating an image album imported directly from Adobe Lightroom;

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Choose between a Lightroom page and album Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Coutinho

Step 7. On the next screen, choose the page layout from the option on the left. In the right column, select the title and press the "Create page" option;

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Choose page layout Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Coutinho

Step 8. Now you will add content to your project. You can upload image, text, video or audio files from your computer or make a grid of photos according to the available options;

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Add an image to the project Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 9. After selecting the image on your computer, it will load. In the left corner of the picture, select the edit button and then choose the "Add Caption" option to describe the project image. You can also use the other options to customize the image by adding margins and changing dimensions, for example;

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Edit your image in Adobe Portflio Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Coutinho

Step 10. The caption box will open below the image. Write information about the work, such as who the client was, what the project was for, and what year it was done;

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Add caption Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 11. In the left sidebar, tick the pencil icon to edit the overall layout of the projects. Then select "Page Covers";

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Edit the pages of your portfolio Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Coutinho

Step 12. The edit screen will open and you can customize the design of your projects by changing the font, color, distances between projects and words, etc. As you change the settings, the changes will be displayed in the background. Change any parameters you want and press "Done" to apply them;

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Customize the designs Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 13. After adding all the content to the project pages and adjusting the design, tick the green "Publish site" button to put it on the air;

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Publish your site with Adobe Portflio Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Coutinho

Step 14. Because the portfolio is a service offered as part of Creative Cloud, the site will ask you to sign in with your Adobe account if you are already a customer or purchase one of the packages to have public access to the portfolio;

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Login with your Adobe account or buy a package Foto: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 15. With the plan logged in, your site will be published and you will be able to share the link on your resume or on social networks.

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Publish your portfolio online Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Coutinho