Let the beer ferment down to a stable FG at whatever fermentation temp is best for that beer style.
If you didn't use a starter, it may take a few weeks (no worries about yeast autolysis).
Then you should chill the beer in your fridge (if you can) for 48 hours to help drop the remaining yeast out of suspension.
Some strains flocculate and settle better than others.
Assuming you're doing simple gravity/siphon transfers--when you're ready to transfer, very carefully move the primary fermentation vessel to the counter without stirring things up (or just rack straight from the fridge using the transfer equipment) into (4 common options):
your secondary, or
your keg(s), or
your bottling bucket (put your priming sugar in the bucket beforehand--you should dissolve, boil, and allow the priming sugar to cool before putting it into the bottling bucket), or
your pre-primed bottles.