With each attribution, as we do with academic citations, we want to be sure we are giving appropriate thanks to the author who has so generously made their works available for our use/re-purposing. The following should help you to self-assess the completeness of your attribution.
Structure & Access Requirements
Title - What is the name of the material?
Author - Who owns the material?
Source - Where can I find it?
License - How can I use it?
Here is a photo. Following are some examples of how people might attribute it.
This is an ideal attribution
This is an OK attribution
This is an incorrect attribution
Photo: Creative Commons
This is a good attribution for material you modified slightly
This is a good attribution for material from which you created a derivative work
This work, "SketchIdeas", is a derivative of "Napkin Doodle" by LisaON, used under CC BY 4.0.
"SketchIdeas" is licensed under CC BY 4.0 by LisaON.
Note: If you're at a point where you are licensing derivative works, go to Marking your work with a CC license.