There are many different ways of organising your resources, from using specific software to working with folders and subfolders.
You can for instance use a software called Adobe Bridge, which is basically a file organising program. One of our community members actually wrote a post about Adobe Bridge on our Facebook page. You can check it out here: http://on.fb.me/1tk0qh8.
Another possibility is, organising resources by using folders and subfolders. This works especially well if you’re storing your resources on an external HDD. This way of organising is entirely up to you and your preferences, and you can file your resources either by supplier, or by type, or alphabetically, or any other way you can think of. It really is a personal preference!
If you are working primarily with fonts we would recommend using FontBook (Mac) or Suitcase Fusion (PC). These programs give you loads of options to sort your fonts in whatever order you’d like, and also have an option to install fonts with the click of a button. Due to the amount of fonts out there, the install function can sometimes have issues with certain fonts, as it’s just simply impossible to make all fonts compatible with it, but in that case you can just install them manually (watch our tutorial on how to do this here).
Pinterest is also another option as a visual aid as well and in the later part of 2017, we implemented a ‘pin it’ button on all the resources on our website, so that you can easily save these to your Pinterest board. Not only does this help you visually see an overview of the pack, it will also save a direct link to the page so you can always go back in and see what is included.
We hope this will helps but if you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us!