Mark Kiker talks about the upcoming topics about building a Project Team and inviting the right mix to that team.
Brian Chapman explains how lighting is arguably the most critical element in 3D and that lighting guides the viewer’s eye and provides a tone that invokes emotions relative to the scene. He also mentions that lighting helps describe shapes, form, and depth.
Eric Wing shares how we can now share 3D views with all trades linked together where all you need to have on your computer is an internet browser. He goes super into depth and makes the instructions super clear with visuals involved.
Stephen Walz introduces how clients are beginning to require an integrated approach to enhance their existing Asset Management solutions. So in response, the AEC industry has started to evaluate multiple vendors, organizations, and technologies to develop proven solutions that allow for seamless migration of all design intelligence data into a federated model. He also adds that these solutions will be leveraged for interdisciplinary coordination, Model-Based QC, Model-Based Deliverables, and most importantly enable a streamlined continuation of asset management, well beyond design.
Mark Kiker makes sure you know what “retirement” he is referring to, old technology. He discusses old tools and hardware that will just not go away.
Survey Manager, Melanie Stone, asks our members what design software they use the most (and which they use second most).
Survey Manager, Melanie Stone, polls our membership on how many of them are looking to leave their current companies, and why? There are some drastic changes from the last time we asked, notably that fewer people than ever are planning on remaining with their current teams.
Mark Kiker explains how to plan your career and that the most decisive choices you need to make are the ones about which career to pursue.
Mark Kiker explains how to stop, take a breath and make a list to prioritize your work. This article will tell you how to make a checklist and take your workload one step at time.
Another newcomer to AUGIWorld is Bryson Anderson. Bryson goes in depth about Autodesk’s decision to move to Named User licensing.
Shawn Herring explores the coordination between Civil 3D and Revit. How is this possible? Does it really work? Yes, it does. Read all about in this issue.
Mark Kiker shares his tips on how to manage expectations. Expecting too little, expecting too much, the wrong thing, or the best, is all covered in this informative article.
Eric Wing explains the ability to create an entire air system based on an air handling unit, complete with water loops and the equipment that is associated with it.
Shawn Herring brings us up to speed on the new features of all 3 aforementioned software releases. There are some great features in this article.