Calling all designers!
With our July webinars, now available on Vectorworks University, you'll gain invaluable insights into the latest industry trends and receive expert guidance on optimizing your use of Vectorworks design software.
Scroll down to see what your industry's webinar covers.
Workflows for Passive House and Deep Retrofits
Aired July 18
Deep connections between homeowners and their homes begin with a comprehensive design workflow. And, integrating energy modeling into the early stages of the design process offers clients insight on how high-performance buildings will impact their lives. In this webinar, Habit Studio, an architecture and residential design firm that’s a leading authority in sustainable home design, shares the workflows and tools that help them achieve their sustainability goals.
Save Time with Hardscape and Data Tags
Aired July 20 | Approved for one LA CES PDH and one APLD CEU
In Vectorworks Landmark, site design professionals will find time-saving features with the Hardscape and Data Tag tools.
In this webinar, you'll see how Hardscape objects, configured as slabs in 3D, can easily specify material layers and their thicknesses as components — enabling the creation of more accurate custom and pre-built worksheets.
You'll also explore customizable methods of labeling and documentation made possible with Data Tags, a time-saving tool that can be used in your design and viewport.
3D Models and Renderings for Live Events
Aired July 26
Are you new to 3D modeling in Vectorworks or just looking to keep your skills sharp?
Either way, this is the webinar for you! Watch and learn how to create 3D models that will perfectly complement your presentation. You’ll also discover tons of tips for 3D modeling in Vectorworks, like how textures can reduce the complexity of models, details on conceptual and free-form designs, and rendering tricks to help you present your models.
Unreal Engine and Vectorworks for Live Events
Aired July 26
Patrick Wambold, Senior Solution Architect at Epic Games, has worked for the likes of Fortnite, Rocket League, Coachella, Tomorrowland, and the Super Bowl.
In this informative webinar, Wambold dissects a portion of the 2022 Fortnite Championship Series Invitational to explore using Vectorworks and Unreal Engine for a live esports event. He also covers exporting from Vectorworks using the GDTF, MVR, and Datasmith file formats to import designs into Unreal Engine and MA3.