Another month means another roundup of our latest tech tips to enhance your design workflow!
The Stagecraft Institute of Las Vegas (SILV) equips young professionals with the technology and experience needed to succeed in entertainment production.
Vectorworks Design Summit is a highly anticipated event for design professionals everywhere. Mark your calendars for April 2020 — we’ll be in sunny San Diego for the creative getaway you’ll never forget. In honor of our fifth Design Summit, here are five reasons to get excited:
After a week of hands-on training, a handful of Rental and Staging Network (RSN) members can see their Spotlight visions clearly now, and their rendering pain is gone! In just five short days, they took their knowledge of our software to the next level with the help of Vectorworks Trainer Michael Groves and Entertainment Product Specialist Jim Woodward.
With 36+ hours of thought leadership, 32+ CE credit opportunities, 24+ hours of training, and 17+ hours of one-on-one tech support, we’re sure you’ve already heard about the 2016 Vectorworks Design Summit. If you haven’t booked your trip because of the distance, or the financial investment, then we have your solution. We’re hosting a social media contest where three lucky designers will win free trips to our conference in Chicago that include registration, airfare, and hotel stay.
Earlier this month, our own Industry Product Specialist Frank Brault led a weeklong class at the Stagecraft Institute of Las Vegas on the theatrical applications of digital drafting. During his intensive session, Brault shared career advice gleaned from his more than 30 years of industry experience and taught design techniques using various CAD programs, including Vectorworks Spotlight software.
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