Mark Kiker always takes a subject and relates it to being a manager. In this article he tells us how remote learning, hybrid, and in person learning have blended into new and creative ways.
New author, Gareth Spencer, focuses on how the world changed over a few months from face to face working to working remotely. Companies and employees forced to change how we work, training and educating ourselves.
One of our valued AUGI employees, Jisell Howe, walks us through how to utilize mind mapping; a non-linear way to visually capture ideas around a central theme or topic.
Jay Zallan explains his thinking on much of humanities’ outlook; that things (Revit Modeling, in this case) are difficult or not as easy as “other” software, etc., and is usually an ego response to a lack of understanding, clarity, or perspective.
Mark Kiker gets us thinking about if we make enough money or not. And, if we don’t, are we happy where we are? Look at the positives. Think back to when you were most happy in your work (and it might be right now). Review the niceties that you have going for you at your work.
Paul Li discusses pre and post pandemic office scenarios. From data sharing & collaboration, to synchronized drives. We go from the beginning of drafting on the board, to our current virtual workspace.
Once again, Brian Chapman shows us how to use script buttons in 3ds Max. Brian gives us 4 scripts in this article.
Mark Kiker lays out the groundwork for refilling your Tech Tank. This article is all about YOU, and what YOU can do for YOURSELF! Take Mark’s tips on staying up on trending innovative ideas to help fill your tech tank.
Mark Kiker shares his thoughts on keeping track of what you do and what you learn and what you achieve!
Brian Chapman tells us how implementation for the entrepreneur is less constrained by technical barriers with the software, than by the capability of the user.
Mark Kiker explains how to stay connected now that we are in a new working environment. Phone calls, texting, group chats, and many other tools can be pressed into service now.
Lynn Allen shares some of her thoughts on DraftSight, and its possibility of replacing your beloved AutoCAD.
Danial John Stine has shared his knowledge on the new release of Revit, highlighting many of the enhancements and platform features, as well as discipline-specific features.
Shawn Herring shares the new features of Civil 3D, as well as other 2021 product features, including some AutoCAD 2021 features.
AUGI Secretary and Copy Editor, Todd Rogers, writes about the new AutoCAD with Specialized Toolsets, which includes the likes of AutoCAD Electrical, AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD MEP, and many more.