Archives for design
Vectorworks sponsors Kenney Center American College Theater Festival.
HighDesign 2017 not only boasts many excellent new features, the product adds a “consumer-level” priced LT version to the lineup and the company announces HighDesign is coming to Windows.
Pencil by FiftyThree is the most natural and expressive way to be creative and be expressive from every angle from fine details to broad strokes.
Single-developer company Verto Studio LLC launches its revolutionary 3D cloud service for free to all users of desktop and mobile Verto Studio 3D. Now, all Verto Studio scenes can be published to the web, viewable by anyone else in the world within a web browser. Additionally, an easy-to-use shape editor has also been added to Verto Studio which supports the importing and 3D extrusion of SVG files.
New TurboFloorPlan 3D Home & Landscape Mac Pro Bundle packs all the professional 3D home and landscape design tools of TurboFloorPlan 3D Home & Landscape Pro 2015, with new expert training and tutorials to help you get the most out of TurboFloorPlan.
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.
Some thoughts on the Vectorworks Design Summit going on this week in downtown Philadelphia, as more than 300 users from around the world join with global Vectorworks experts, trainers, resellers and visionary designers to learn, share and explore the future of Vectorworks and design fields.
Nemetschek Vectorworks hosts an upcoming event focused on The Business of Creativity with a panel of experts in the fields of design set to engage readers and their thoughts and ideas
Simulicity is a stealth-mode IT startup, fusing Big Data and Design Thinking to make smarter, faster urban planning a reality for architects…and for the communities they serve
What would Steve Jobs do to save GM? And why isn’t the US government asking the man that totally turned around a company that literally everyone thought was dead and turned it into an American icon of global corporate success?