One of Behance’s core missions is to help the creative community find new opportunities to further their careers and get paid for their work. Today we’re excited to announce Freelance Services, a way for creatives to find more freelance opportunities and share their talent with an even broader audience.
You can now add custom freelance services to your Behance profile to let visitors know the specific types of projects you’re available for. Set your own price, timeline, and number of revisions to provide potential clients with all the information up front, and get qualified inquiries. You’ll be able to select examples of your work from your Behance projects to showcase your style and breadth of work.
To get paid directly on Behance, connect your account to our payment processing partner, Stripe. Stripe payments are safe, secure, and global.
On your Behance profile, you will see a new Services tab. Here you can add your custom creative offerings, set your own price and timeline, as well as the number of concepts and revisions you’re prepared to create.
Attach projects or select images from your Behance projects to showcase your work and give your clients an idea of the final deliverables.
You can add up to 25 freelance services and drag and drop the files to rearrange their order in your Services tab.
When a client finds a service they’re interested in, they can start a conversation with you directly from your profile to discuss the details of the project. If you have Stripe connected to your Behance account, you’ll be able to create a proposal for the client to review, and request an upfront payment.
Once the client accepts your proposal, they will complete the initial payment via Stripe, and you can begin the work. You’ll have the option to review the client (and vice versa) when the project has been completed.
Click the Inquire button from the Services tab of an artist's profile to start a conversation. You can provide additional information about your project’s needs.
If the artist is interested in the project, they will send back a proposal for you to review and accept. Once the up front payment has been made, the artist can begin the work.
Learn more about listing your freelance services in our FAQ.