San Jose, Calif. -- Adobe Systems, the San Jose-based developer of web publishing software, said it has acquired New York-based Behance, developer of a social media platform that lets users showcase and share their creative work. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Adobe said the acquisition will help add new community features to Creative Cloud, its hub where members can use the company's creative tools and services, then publish and share their work. "When we launched Creative Cloud earlier this year, we committed that we would give members new value on an ongoing basis," said David Wadhwani, Adobe's senior vice president and general manager. "Behance will play a key role in Adobe’s efforts to serve the creative world in the years to come and will accelerate our efforts to enable a more open and collaborative creative community." There are currently more than 3 million projects hosted on the Behance platform.