EXPLAINER GUIDE: How to Add Ethereum, Polygon, Solana NFTs to Your Behance Profile and Projects

At its Annual Max Conference in October 2021, Adobe revealed that creatives could now connect their crypto wallets with Behance, its popular portfolio site for various creatives.

The arrangement lets users add NFTs from the Ethereum, Polygon, and Solana blockchains onto their Behance profile as part of their portfolio.

If you are curious as to how this works, it is a simple procedure that takes a few steps:

1. Connect Wallet to Behance

First, you’ll need to add your crypto Wallet to Behance.

Here are the wallets that are currently supported by the creatives platform:

  • Metamask
  • Phantom

To connect to the wallets, you will need to move on the menu to find the ‘Connected Accounts’ button.

On the page that emerges, you will get to see a Web3 section where you can select the wallet service you want.


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2. Displaying NFTs On Your Profile

A Sample Behance Profile with Creative Works

After adding your wallet to Connected Accounts, your available minted NFTs will be synced to your Behance profile under the NFTs tab.

The NFTs tab on the profile

To be displayed, the NFT must contain an image file. This can include:

  • JPEG
  • PNG
  • WebP
  • AVIF
  • TIFF
  • GIF
  • SVG
  • MP4 video file

You can then decide which assets you’d like to display on your profile by either hovering over the asset or by clicking ‘Manage Content.’

Behance only displays NFTs that you have minted and not the ones that have been collected.

3. Adding NFTs to Your Project

Projects are the primary way Behance members can showcase their creative work.

A Project is a grouping of images, text, videos, and other media, that have a central theme, idea, or purpose.

Each project is identified by a unique project URL that you can use to share with all of your social networks.

When you hover over an asset or click on ‘Manage Content’ as highlighted on step 2, either path gives you the option to Hide or Add the NFT to a Project.

Behance also lets you add NFTs not in your wallet. However, to do this, you will need to have the contract address and token. 

According to Behance, the platform is looking to expand the arrangement with other blockchains such as Flow, to open more opportunities for creators to add their minted NFTs.


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