Behance is a part of Adobe family, it is an online platform for creative people to upload their creative works and share it with the world. Users are able to discover works of others, work and collaborate with other projects and improve the creative industry. Behance website says “…we’re crafting the future of creative workflow.”. Behance is a good example of Creative Commons, it is specialised in self-promotion, which includes consulting and online portfolios. It is an example of Creative Commons, because it is a non-profit organisation which allows other users to legally built upon existing creative works. I believe that it would have been almost impossible for companies to discover creative talents, if this website was put under strict copyright control. Strict copyright control would have made site’s opportunities limited. Users and companies would be restricted on certain content of creative projects, thus they would not be able to get the full impression of the creator’s idea. Copyright control may also lead to loss of interest and decrease of number of site users. On the other hand, copyright control might make the website more professional and will guarantee protection and authenticity of the creative projects.