Do you have good Photoshop etiquette? | Practical Photoshop

    Do you have good Photoshop etiquette? | Practical Photoshop

    Improve your PSDs when transferring your Photoshop work with the help of this online manifesto

    If you’re a digital artist working with a client, providing PSDs for them to work with, there’s nothing more frustrating for them then a big mess of layers and multiple documents.

    So, Photoshop Etiquette has come with a solution – a manifesto for improving the clarity of your PSDs when transferred.

    But, if you’re not a professional web designer, we think you’ll still get something from the manifesto, which can teach you the values of good organisation, decluttering your PSD files and becoming a “layor mayor.”

    According to the site, the aim is to “Get your PSDs in shape and take pride in your craft.”

    To help you achieve this, you can follow the steps of the manifesto, which include things such as deleting unnecessary layers, using folders, controlling your text boxes and naming layers.

    And what’s more, once you’ve mastered the art of Photoshop Etiquette you can pass on your new found knowledge to other people via social networking sites such as Twitter.

    Do you have any tips for cleaning up PSD files? Let us know in the comments box below!

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