In this video, I'm going to show you how to create a portfolio entry on the online portfolio system, Behance. This is a great way to kind of show not tell people about your newfound coding skills. It is optional but I think if you do it, you'll find that it's really helpful. You can put it on your LinkedIn profile, and it's just kind of a nice sort of habit to get into as you become sort of a maker doer, and you're not just creating ideas but you're also creating actual working software, working designs, and so forth. All right, let's take a look at how to do this using ready-made template that I think will really make this a lot easier for you. Let's take a look at the details of how you create this portfolio entry. If the link doesn't take you there, the subsection you want in this page is this one Application Development, and these instructions are basically self service, but I'm going to take through them and the one catch is that I have a special Google Slides template, which is also in the course resources that you'll find and that's the one you should use rather than this one that it links to. And so I'm going to go there, in this entry it already has all this HVAC in a Hurry stuff in it from the brief. And so this is just a little bit of an easier way for you to get started. And so you should make a copy of this which is what I have here. And then there are these various notes on how you may want to go in and update some of the material that you see here. Now, I'm going to go ahead and delete those as the next step because we're going to export this in a second, but you may want to read them. And the basic idea is that you may want to go in here and just update some of these user stories for example, or these images you don't have to use any of this stuff, it's just there to make this a little bit easier for you to get started with. And so once we're happy with that we're going to download this as a PDF. Now, I know that seems weird you can export as an image from Google Slides, but the issue is we're using this this Google Slides application in kind of weird way where we have a giant slide here. And if we export directly, there are some limits on the image resolution that will run into and you'll end up with an image that looks kind of soft and crummy. So we're going to go through this kind of two-step process, we're going to go here download as PDF, and then I'm going to move this to my desktop. Once we've got a PDF, the next step is to convert this to a PNG, and I normally do this with a local application of my computer, but I'm assuming you probably don't have that. So I Googled and I found this site that lets you do it online. And so I'm going to go ahead and I'm going to select this PDF that I created and I'm going to click upload and this site is going to do its thing, And convert it. We're going to take this next step, convert it to a PNG, and then we're going to download this as a ZIP archive. And then I'm going to move that over to my desktop and unzip it, which I actually already did in a previous step and then we go to Behance, which is really where we're kind of headed. Now, when you first go to Behance, it's B-E-H-A-N-C-E .net, you'll need to create an account. And I've noticed they have this pop-up thing, that's kind of annoying that when you start to do a project but really what you need to do is just create on this thing, it says Create a Project which I've done. And you're going to upload the PNG that you created, tada! And once we're okay with this, it'll sort of validate like that. And then what we're going to want to do is the last step, is to add a YouTube video of our demo. Now, there's a couple of steps that precede that, you'll need to use something on your local computer, there's a couple notes in the course resources. I use ScreenFlow on the Mac, Camtasia Studio, C-A-M-T-A-S-I-A, which again is in the course resources, it's popular for the PC or anything that just allows you to do a screen capture with or without your voice. In the example I'm going to show you, I did a voice over but I don't think that's essential. So I'm going to go to this dummy user's YouTube channel, and I'm just going to click here to add a video. And I mean it's going to prompt me to create a channel. So congratulations, if you didn't have one, I'm going to set this to public which is important so that everybody can get it. And then I'm going to take this MP4 that I exported from in my case, ScreenFlow, but you can use anything that works for you. I think it's also possible to do videos on a Mac with just QuickTime. And then this is going to process for a minute or two here. And then when it finishes, I'm going to click Publish. And then I go and I grab the embed codes, and okay, and it's not going to look so crummy once it finished this processing. And then I'm going to go to share here, and I just click this thing that says Embed, you'll notice the same iconography as the Behance site. I grabbed this, I go back to Behance, and I click this little embed thing, and I click Embde, tada! Now, I have an entry, I'm going to click Continue. I'll call this, very important you have to put in a title which isn't super obvious, I would say from their interface. And then it'll allow you to continue. I'm going to use this as my this is to create your sort of title snippet thumbnail image that's going to show, Crop and Continue. You can use whatever fields you want on this and I think yeah, maybe it's going to force me to pick one, I guess I would choose Web Design. And probably Web Development, seems apropos, Done, Publish. And then we're going to have a project that we can share, you can send it to people and put it on your LinkedIn profile. Definitely, please, please, hit me up on Twitter or LinkedIn and send me your portfolio entry, I would love to see it. You got a really nice looking portfolio entry here with an interactive video here again, it looks a little crummy that's just because I just uploaded it to YouTube and it's still processing. And this is a great way to show people, not just tell them about your newfound coding skills.