The importance of being organised (multimedia project workflow)
Hey Adobe educators, it has become increasingly apparent to me that whilst software training is obviously essential the importance of being organised and structured in your projects is often overlooked. I Always try to impress on staff and students the benefits of organising your projects correctly (for your own workflow and for collaborating with others) and was wondering if anyone out there has produced any specific training or resources addressing this issue?
** UPDATE **
In support of this topic I have uploaded some sample Video Project Folder Structure Templates in teaching materials here:
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