Seems to work quite nicely. its simple standard layouts you expect from these things, but what I like about it is that it pulls in your projects from Behance, I like the idea of having 2 faces for work with only 1 upload destination.
Am thinking of migrating my site to this. Will give it a play and let you know how it is.
Ok I've linked my Behance profile to it, and had a play. Its quite good, the interface is pretty intuitive, managed to replicate my own site in a few minutes. The only real frustrating thing I have found so far is inability to plug in JS. My site uses a backstretch js file to keep that image fullscreen. Not a major issue, can be solved with tiling, just lazy.
But yeh if anyone has anything on their sites that needs specific JS, I dont believe you can use it on ProSite.
i wonder if this is how things will be in the future for everybody
a company needs a site, they go to a site like this, choose one they like the look of, hundreds to choose from to suit their needs, drop their stuff in and off they go, the customisation makes me wonder about this
::i wonder if this is how things will be in the future for everybody
::a company needs a site, they go to a site like this, choose one they like the look of, hundreds to choose from to suit their needs, drop their stuff in and off they go, the customisation makes me wonder about this
For a simple site with a low budget client, yes.
Reality is, no template site can offer the level of customisation that most clients require. Nothing to worry about here.
I wouldnt say its revolutionised anything as yet, there are alot of frustrating roadblocks in it. Its a nice tool, has potential, but its not quite there yet, I will go through, finish mine and run with it, already paid for it and I do like fact its linked to Behance account.