Archives for AutoCAD for Mac
Autodesk says the platforms aren’t important anymore but getting users AutoCAD data in front of them anywhere, anytime, on any device is where the CAD giant intends to command its historic lead over rivals.
The best Mac CAD applications offer more than just a great CAD solution. On the macOS platform they need to reach for their “mac-ness” and translate Apple’s ethos and user-interface design standards into a coherent CAD experience.
Autodesk announces new versions of AutoCAD for Mac—2017 releases of AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT.
The latest release includes key enhancements to create a more “Mac-native” environment for users, including a specialized Mac interface and Mac-specific features. Additionally, Mac AutoCAD users have even greater support in mixed-platform environments with a host of new features.
Autodesk’s new AutoCAD 2016 is out and here are the key features—plus some thoughts about what might wish to make it into the Mac version when it gets updated later this year.
In this special feature article Micah Dickerson, Product Manager for Autodesk AutoCAD for Mac product line, shares with us more background behind the latest 2015 version and why this product is finding success despite market dispersion across a vast array of industry segments. We also cover the four major new features in summary fashion and how they attest to the Mac version’s success.
Autodesk’s new AutoCAD for Mac 2015 product line is Yosemite-ready but users of AutoCAD for Mac 2014 and 2013 need to hold off until notification of a patch
Autodesk announces AutoCAD for Mac 2015 and AutoCAD LT for Mac 2015—offering major new features and updates that make this version of AutoCAD on OS X a must-upgrade for users and the best version yet for AutoCAD users on Windows to make the switch to Mac computers
Infinite Skills offers new Autodesk AutoCAD 2014 for Mac video training resource
New versions of AutoCAD 2014 for Mac and AutoCAD LT for Mac increase capabilities while leveraging unique OS X system
Our call notes from AutoCAD 2014 for Mac are packed with some interesting details about this release and the future of AutoCAD on the Mac
In this special interview feature Micah Dickerson, product manager for AutoCAD for Mac, discusses with Architosh what’s going on with AutoCAD for Mac.
In this feature article Architosh takes a look at Autodesk AutoCAD for Mac 2013, with a general review of the application and a particular discussion of its user-interface
For the first time Autodesk has released a major new version of AutoCAD for the Mac and Windows platforms simultaneously, further signaling its commitment to Apple’s surging platform
In Brief: Autodesk announces three new AutoCAD products for the Apple Mac platform