The best way to know that a product is right for you is trying it for yourself. The second-best way is hearing it from someone else.
Successful BIM workflows often require collaboration with other colleagues who use different applications. Vectorworks supports the import of DWG files, so working with AutoCAD and Revit users is no problem, especially for CAD Managers.
We often tout Vectorworks Spotlight as the industry standard for entertainment design, documentation, and production. But what else can the program accomplish? There’s an entire world of event planning that requires an all-in-one solution; a program not only to design, but one to make plans, present them, and have them reviewed, too.
At the crux of our philosophy, we’ve always been committed to developing the best design and BIM software that’s in tune with the needs of designers. To do so, we’ve leveraged input and implemented product feedback from practicing architects, landscape designers, landscape architects, and lighting designers, among other design professionals. Another vital part of these efforts involves the help of our internal industry experts on our product marketing team, so we’re excited to announce that there are three new additions to this ever growing group: Luc Lefebvre, senior architect product specialist, Jim Woodward, senior entertainment product specialist and Brian Nicholson, senior landscape product specialist. After all, there’s no such thing as having too many industry experts.
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While much of the world engages in an eternal Apple vs. Android product debate, designers and architects face an even bigger decision when it comes to choosing technology.
Topics: 3D workflows, Android, Architecture, Competitionline, Nemetschek Allplan, Planet Vectorworks, Revit, Rhino, Sketchup, 2D, 2D workflows, 3D, 3D Studio Max, Apple, ArchiCAD, AutoCAD, CINEMA 4D, Landscape, Vectorworks 2017
To celebrate Architecture Month in October, also known as Archtober, the AIA Orlando hosted BIM BAM BOOM!, a charrette style “shoot-out” aimed at showcasing the advantages of Building Information Modeling (BIM). Three teams participated in the event, including Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc., which was represented by Architectural Industry Specialists Wes Gardner, Assoc. AIA, and Luis Ruiz, and Lead Trainer Don Ward. Teams from Revit and ArchiCAD also participated.