At Vectorworks, we want to support you in every step of your workflow. To that end, we create one webinar every month for each of our industries—entertainment, landscape, and architecture. This April, we’re offering some exclusive content with top designers.
Landscape Webinar — Strategies for Adopting BIM in Landscape Architecture
April 16, 2020 @ 2:00 p.m. ET
Transitioning to a new workflow doesn't have to be daunting.
Join Eric Gilbey, Vectorworks’ own Landmark expert, to learn various strategic considerations when developing a transition plan for BIM implementation.
In this webinar, Gilbey, who has assisted many firms moving from traditional CAD workflows to BIM in landscape architecture, will provide a series of questions to ask yourself and your team as you determine whether office-wide changes for BIM implementation are right for you. You will learn what level of integration is best for you and what kind of support you will need to feel confident about the transition.
Architecture Webinar — Rendering for Everyday Architectural Drawing (1AIA LU)
April 21, 2020 @ 2:00 p.m. ET
Ready to brush up on your rendering skills? This webinar is a good chance for licensed architects to earn continuing education credits — so don’t miss out!
Wes Gardner, senior product specialist at Vectorworks, will show you the best ways to enhance your design presentations using sample workflows that showcase cutting-edge technology.
By using these rendering best practices, you will learn to impress your client with the enhanced graphic qualities of your designs while more clearly communicating your design intent to your contractors and stakeholders.
You’ll be using these new rendering tools to amplify your designs and give stunning presentations in no time!
Entertainment Webinar — How to Create Organized, Speedy, Stylish Set Designs
April 29, 2020 @ 2:00 p.m. ET
Since set designer Morgan Lindsey Price won the 2015 Vectorworks Design Scholarship, she’s been accomplishing a lot in her field.
Join Price for a webinar where she’ll discuss her scenic-focused workflow that’s tailored for speed and flexibility, a process she developed by working as art director in TV and film, including the Grey’s Anatomy spinoff Station 19 and the Netflix original series Glow.
The webinar will cover customizing workflows, making effective use of templates, the 2D component auto-hybrid feature, and more.