I think when clients or suppliers walk into our studio at Ann-Marie Powell Gardens, they’re surprised to see so many screens. I can understand why people don’t consider garden design to be an IT-focused profession, but there is no denying that my colleagues and myself are working in Vectorworks most of the time. It’s always open on our Macs. In fact, to ensure accuracy we keep all our schedules, plans, and drawings in Vectorworks files for as long as we can and only export them when the time comes to share information.
Topics: Ann-Marie Powell Gardens, vectorworks 2019, Site Modeling, plant tool, Vectorworks UK, Tamsin Slatter, Clip Cube, 2D components for hybrid objects, Vectorworks, Adrian Slatter, Katarina Ollikainen
The upcoming feature we are showcasing today is likely to be a crowd pleaser. In Vectorworks 2019, we are introducing clip cube support for viewports and Renderworks modes in design layers and sheet layers.
If you caught our second Facebook Live Q&A, you’ll recall quality and usability as being the two words Steve Johnson, vice president of product development, used to describe the mindset when it came to Vectorworks 2019 updates. Today’s feature encompasses both.
Say hello to more efficiency with image effects in Vectorworks 2019. With this update, you’ll spend less time exporting your designs to a separate editing program.
Speed is the main event this Teaser Tuesday. In Vectorworks 2019, we’ve updated the Vectorworks Graphics Module for sheet layers.
Teaser Tuesday is back! Here’s your chance for a sneak peek at updates to come in Vectorworks 2019. This Teaser Tuesday, we’re showing you a Vectorworks 2019 update that will help you save time and make your workflow even smoother.
We weren’t the only ones who thought Vectorworks 2018 stood out at the AIA 2018 conference in New York, which we attended last month.
While industry articles and schoolwork are great ways to learn, nothing beats the sharing of information and tips during industry events.
Augmented reality (AR) has had a lot of attention lately — it is easily one of the hottest newest technologies of the last two years after the worldwide popularity of Pokémon Go. The technology’s ability to superimpose a computer-generated image on a real-world view is now available for consumer mobile devices, making immersive and compelling viewing available to everyone. And in response to the fast-moving development of this technology, tech companies are creating new workflows.
Giving back is always in season, and this holiday season, we partnered with Bridges to Housing Stability to help the organization in its mission to provide a path to self-sufficiency to prevent and end homelessness in Howard County, Maryland.