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Introducing Moodboards on Behance

Introducing Moodboards on Behance
Published July 19, 2019 by the Behance Team

Behance is home to millions of creatives who are looking for inspiration for their next project. Today, we’re excited to announce moodboards, a new way for you to collect and organize inspiration on Behance. With moodboard, you can save individual images as well as entire projects, and add other Behance members as co-owners to better collaborate and share ideas.

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To add an image to a moodboard, hover over the image and click “Add to Moodboard.” Any collections you’ve created in the past will now appear as moodboards, so you can add to an existing moodboard or create a brand new one.

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Neon Green moodboard by Jeannie Huang

As a part of your existing workflow on Behance, moodboards provide a seamless and collaborative way for you to gather reference material and inspiration for photoshoots, creative brainstorms, and more.

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Iridescence moodboard by Jeannie Huang

Browse top moodboards on Behance and read more about the new feature on our FAQ


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