Galleries are groupings of Pages. Every member has at least one Gallery that is considered the default Gallery. You can have multiple Galleries if you decide that you want to segment your work. Common Galleries divide work by creative field (Illustration, Graphic Design, etc.), Year, or even type (Client Work, Personal Work, etc).
Pages are what make up your Portfolio. Pages can be groupings of images, text, videos, and embedded content that tell a cohesive story about creative work you've worked on. Pages are used to display things like contact info, biographies, or mission statements.
These can be things like ad campaigns, a series of illustrations, or photos from a bird walk. Pages can either be created on Adobe Portfolio or can be transformed from imported Behance Projects. If you create a project on Behance, it will be automatically imported to your Adobe Portfolio as a Page. If you decide to create a page on Adobe Portfolio, you will have the option to share to Behance, where millions of viewers can discover and interact with it. To see examples of great projects, visit behance.net/galleries.
For great examples of how you can utilize Galleries and Pages, check out our Examples.