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Architosh’s commenting system is currently but only temporarily down. New commenting will arrive with new whole site updates greatly improving the user-experience across all devices.
Architosh will be covering the big SIGGRAPH 2015 conference and exhibition in Los Angeles which started this weekend with the exhibition starting in a couple of days.
Longstanding site development goals have been put into place to make the site more visually pleasing, more graphically focused and easier for readers to find topics they care about.
We briefly discuss the ongoing Architosh Reader Feedback Survey and what some folks are sharing…and hope you can help us by taking it as well. Plus, you gain a chance to win a free Apple Watch Sport!
Architosh is asking its readers to help provide useful feedback to steer the future direction of the online publication. Participants will be entered into a random draw to win a free Apple Watch Sport model, valued at $350.USD, plus gain a free industry report valued at $49.USD. Help us make Architosh better so that more Apple users enjoy its platforms in the CAD, 3D and AEC markets.
In this special feature report, Architosh publishes the results of its first workstation survey conducted in late 2014 and aimed at understanding the pro (professional) desktop needs of numerous customers Apple refers to as Mac pros. Not to be confused with the product Mac Pro, today Apple’s Mac pros work across its iMac range in numerous industries, including and importantly to this publication, the Architecture industry.
Architosh will publish its first survey study on Mac workstation hardware use by pro users in January of 2015. The survey will answer key questions, summarize diverse workflow cases and provide detailed guidance to pro Mac users.
Mac CAD and 3D News — We have news tidbits on V-Ray for SketchUp, An IMSI-Design product line summary, AIA TAP Awards program for 2015 and lastly a preview of Architosh features coming this end of year.
In our first hardware study to look at the professional markets that Apple has traditionally served, Architosh has launched a survey in order to comprehensively study the market for professional desktop/workstation hardware needs across a range of “pro” industries.
Achievements in 14 years of industry technology writing and publishing earn honor from Boston architecture school at ABX 2013
Grabowski is writing more and more about the Mac these days. But what does it mean? Is CAD on the Mac coming back stronger than ever or is it just a passing fad?
Today is a big day for CAD on the Mac and Apple and Autodesk. Will this lead to Apple’s further involvement in architecture? The answer to that is probably still unclear.