Breadboard Best Practices?

I’m new to bread boarding. One thing that jumps out at me is watching some videos where the author uses whatever colored wire happens to fit the length rather than using a color scheme, e.g. black or red for the (+), white for neutral. I noticed on another one an author using white/cream for a data line. That made me wonder if there is somewhere promulgated a best practices for bread boarding such as colors signifying certain lines, whether to try and keep the wires two dimensional so if photographed it is clear which wire goes where, whether long leads should have insulators (color?).

I may document what I’m doing (pictures video) and therefore want to use whatever standards or community promulgated protocols. I therefore ask of anyone on this list pointers or URLs or statements on what would be good bread board practices, especially in light of the breadboard being photographed.

Is it better to use red instead of black for hot (+)?

In general It depends on your wallet. Certain colors are easy to get , others not. Red for voltage and black for ground is fine. However, these days you have more than one voltage, so if you want to track those, you will need a lot more colors.

The important thing is make the right connection.