Simple Playoff: Share your current layer set.
Are you a messy type with your layers or well organized?
You can learn a lot from other designers on how best to organize your layer pallet.
7 months ago
by Nick Jarvis
"what's in your pallet?"
7 months ago
by Ola Drachal
I was messy few years ago but now everything is well organized. I have my own "system" that is making mine and frondevs work much simpler :) Just have to be consistent!
by David Rappaport
just a basic colour system of keeping a sane self.
by Armos Media
I am not proud of my layer habits.
by aman anderson
I just happened to be using Illustrator for this one. So much freedom!
by James Littler
set up of my layers.
by Andrew Pautler
I've always been organized, but recently I have started to name/structure my layers as what I plan to call the item in the code. The awesome folks at Macaw gave me the idea. Still playing around with exactly how it will work for different elements.
by Cruz Barcelona
My layers for web design. Everything in it's place. The red group layers are always the modal boxes or interactions in the website.
by Michael Shanks
had to just join in on this one as i am very organised when it comes to photoshop. every folder and layer has a name and the naming convention is consistent on every layer :) OCD heaven
by ichik umer
Haven't posted anything for a while, well, here's something what I've been busy for two months (among other things).
by Gavin McNamee
I'm generally very very disorganised, and prefer to rapidly create designs. My layer pallet can look very much like this...250+ layers later. But I will go back and rename at the latter stages, removing all unwanted layers with a general tidy up.
by Todd Budnikas
I'm not proud of it but this is the reality. Photoshop is usually a place where I explore and brainstorm and ebb and flow. That process is and should be pretty messy. I'll clean things up to some degree when the time is right.
by Matt Stenquist
Working on the Main Menu title background for this years IGF submission (Independent Games Festival). Also the naming is a little off.
by Rory Pettingill
I keep it pretty simple. Everything is ordered top to bottom, left to right by module. I use Smart Objects for most pieces and create layer comps for easy review of interaction layers.
by Eric Puigmarti
by Vladimir Voronin
I'll rebound with a shot from earlier this year: http://dribbble.com/shots/885280-What-kind-of-layer-palette-are-you
by Chad Maag
Layers pallet from a recent piece of Key Art. I used to be super disorganized with my layers.
by Pontus Persson
I had to have a go! If there is something I don't approve of it is messy layer pallets, should be a crime.
by Mark Bult
by Mike Scriber
What my layer pallet looks like. Organization is key
Here's a view of my foldering technique. Upon first glance, it's fairly common to most other practices in terms of establishing a top-down hierarchy of Modal elements and a Header, all the way down to the Footer and BG / Background folders.
I think what helps separate my flow from most of my other colleagues is how I use the folder colors to indicate state or purpose. Check out an older shot explaining that here: http://dribbble.com/shots/1112014-Photoshop-IA-Colors?list=users
by Vincenzo Petito
Here my photoshop layer pallet configuration, inspiring by CSS because i love it!
6 months ago
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