Templates are a big deal. Your template can determine whether you make or lose money with BIM. A strong template can make you efficient. A poor template can win you a gold medal for Wheel Reinvention. I'm not being hyperbolic.
In addition to all the posts on Shoegnome and BIM Engine, I've had the pleasure to write for some other venues this year (both print and digital). I'm proud of all of those articles, but there are two that I'm
I was on Twitter earlier in the week and noticed that AIA National is looking for architect bloggers to write about "architect as leader", to help expand on the AIA 2013 National Convention theme of Building Leaders. So
This is part 3 of a series of posts This series of posts started in December 2012 and talked about different aspects of documentation during BIM implementation within a firm. Changes during the documentation process because of BIM is a huge
Jared's Note: I learned about this today via an e-mail list I'm on and thought I should share. By the way, the fortune is from a cookie I got last summer in Boston. For the record the cookie is wrong.
A local Minnesota ArchiCAD (and Revit) user wrote to me about his new machine after reading my post over on BIM Engine about hardware requirements for ArchiCAD. He had this to say: "
Architectural Documentation in the 21st Century There's a good chance you're aware of Seth Godin. He writes some pretty amazing stuff. My current favorite is this post: Skeuomorphs = failure. If you're not familiar with what a skeuomorph is, here's the
Have you ever attended one of the ArchiCAD Schools in Europe? I haven't. But boy do I want to! Maybe 2014 will be the year I finally make it. My life should be less crazy by then. Or maybe 2015