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Revision as of 13:32, 18 May 2017

File naming conventions

All your final files must follow the same naming convention, as shown below.

Assessment + Student number + Extension Example result
Assessment 2: Photoshop Composite 01+ s3567494 + .psd 01_s3567494.psd
Assessment 2: Illustrator Pattern 02+ s3567494 + .ai 02_s3567494.ai


All your files must be accompanied by a history of their development. This is to be in the form of a .png (good for illustrator files) or a .jpg (good for photoshop files). They are to be named as below:

Assessment + Student number + Extension + Version Example result
Assessment 2: Photoshop Composite 01+ s3567494 + 001 + .jpg 01_s3567494_001.jpg
Assessment 2: Illustrator Pattern 02+ s3567494 + 001 + .png 02_s3567494_001.png

Research images (sketches, source etc) are to be included in an accompanying folder called research followed by its assignment and version number (e.g. research_CW2_01). Research folders are not compulsory, but will be considered in the final grade. Example hand-in shown below:

File naming convention.png