Our daily workflows can become challenging when we don’t have access to the office server and other major files. If you’re working from home, here are some tips on key Vectorworks features that will keep you working efficiently. All videos are courtesy of François Lévy of François Lévy Architecture + Interiors.
You’ve likely heard that we’ve cancelled our Vectorworks Design Summit due to COVID-19. This decision comes with a heavy heart—but, even though we can’t be together in person, we still believe in the value the event brings to our users.
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We’re living in uncertain times, and the culprit is clear—the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the resulting global pandemic have transmuted our standards of work into a shell of what they once were. For many, it’s worse than that.
At Vectorworks, our top priorities are the health and safety of both our employees and our customers. Employees are on full remote status to continue supporting customers.
To that end, this blog post compiles all of our resources related to COVID-19 support for you.
Undoubtedly, there’s been a lot to process lately with the Coronavirus (COVID-19). For anyone who missed our announcement on Friday, here’s what you should know about the 2020 Vectorworks Design Summit.
From the beginning, we have been closely monitoring the rapidly evolving situation regarding COVID-19. During these uncertain times, one constant remains. Our first priority will always be the health and safety of our customers, partners, and employees. After careful consideration we have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Vectorworks Design Summit that was scheduled for April 22-24 in San Diego, California.