Photoshop Etiquette For Responsive Web Design
Photoshop Etiquette was given a fresh coat of paint by Adjacent, a design studio in Syracuse, NY. For those new to the concept, Photoshop Etiquette is a best practices guide that promotes efficiency through clarity in web design. Though engineered for Photoshop, many of these principles apply to Sketch and similar, layer-based design tools.
The guide is broken down into the following sections:
- File organization
- Layer structure
- Asset exporting
- Type execution
- Effect application
- Quality check
Those familiar with the site will see a lot of familiar guidelines, such as quintessential tips like ‘Name Your Layers’ and ‘Name Files Accurately’, each an attempt at ridding the earth of practices like ‘Layer copy copy 5’ and ‘client-final-v3.psd’, respectively. If you dig a little deeper, you’ll find a glut of responsive resources attached to various guidelines, and a few tips for designing for multiple devices.