I was logged in to Autodesk 360 today and the new graphics accompanying the new logo over to the right side of the screen caught my eye. I’d read about this a week or two ago so it wasn’t really the logo but what was under it, that I was surprised by:
A while ago I posted a request calling Add-In writers to create an Add-In or mini program that would clearly display programmed keyboard short-cuts when executing a command in Revit to help new users pick up them up quickly. A month or so ago I renewed this request with Harry Mattison from Boost Your BIM and [...]
If you are affected by the AutoCAD Revit Suite upgrade (as previously discussed) you may have received one of these emails over the weekend:
So now is the time to let your users become even more creative and productive with full access to Building Design Suite Premium 2013.
Ok, so maybe [...]
When I first posted about Autodesk FormIt in November, before its launch at Autodesk University, there really wasn’t very much information about it. Obviously since its launch FormIt has received more publicity, so I thought it was worth a quick update post.
The FormIt website is no longer just a landing page as it [...]
I was hoping to get this post out as my last for 2012, to draw a line under the year and its events, but I missed the boat. There is a lot of information about Autodesk University 2012 out in the ether, mostly in the form of individual posts and articles. Rather than generate yet [...]
Are you one of the BIM Managers or users that was recently informed that your AutoCAD Revit Suite was being forcibly upgraded to the Autodesk Building Design Suite Premium 2013? Without becoming involved in the politics, I thought that some focus should be placed on the positives.
Why not take the opportunity to train [...]
As expected at Autodesk University, information was plentiful. Even the various break-out areas, such as The Lounge, were furnished with wealthy snippets of data. One such example was the ‘Top 11 Tips & Tricks for Revit 2013′ courtesy of the Revit QA group. It was provided in three parts, one available each day, but [...]
Well it’s been a busy first day at AU2012. It really started yesterday with a few workshops and customer feedback sessions on BIM, various Autodesk 360 offerings, and subscriptions. Then it was off to the Speaker Social and the Public Relations’ Media and Blogger Reception.
I stumbled across an interesting webpage recently; Autodesk FormIt.
There isn’t much information about it, other than rumours that it will be available for download next week….
Have a look at this video for a taster.
Mobile modelling will lead to a betterRevit (assuming it’s compatible!!)
In two weeks time Autodesk University will be well under way, so I hope that you’ve finalised all of your preparations already. If you’re not attending AU you don’t have to miss out on what this great event offers, just attend virtually at AU Virtual!
View live streaming [...]
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