While researching ideas for my project which is still very much in its infancy – I’m thinking beanie babies will be involved in some form of an instillation. I came across a website called http://photoshopetiquette.com/ that advises you on proper Photoshop etiquette, for web designers. It can also apply to illustrator and indesign and is basically just good practice to get into. It goes thru very briefly and tells you the way you should be creating and saving your files, showing you very basically what you should do and what you should not do. Even though I know I should be organized especially when working with clients, I will be the first to say that that I am awful at naming layers and creating groups inside my work and this has caused a number of problems. Not practicing proper Photoshop etiquette can cause major time delays and issues when you have to come back and change something. The site has pointers on everything from internal and external file organization to before and after you export. Yes, it could have more information and give you more details but I thought it was a wonderful start to the way we should be Photoshoping.