If you ever lose data, it's your own damn fault. As a yearly reminder, here's a crazy long infographic in honor of World Backup Day.
Folklore says that Bill Gates’s magnificent residence on Lake Washington may have been, ironically enough, designed on a Mac.
This post is by Ferenc Traser, a Product Designer at GRAPHISOFT. In it, he talks about the development of Point Clouds in ARCHICAD 19 (and beyond).
BIMQ CEO Christian Ehl shares his thoughts on the data-driven building and why the construction industry needs to reinvent itself in 2016.
I was one of those kids that always wanted to be an architect. When I was in first grade an architect came to our class. At least I think …
One other pet peeve of mine is to hear architects...talk about their ‘CAD guys' or 'BIM technicians'...It's the same thing as someone touting themselves as an orchestra conductor but …
Is there a difference between the various ways we consume information? Is one objectively superior? Here's an example for you to ponder.
Jon Buerg talks about his experiences building BIM Libraries for both Revit and ARCHICAD. To him, it's the key to any successful project.
Ken started using ARCHICAD in the 1990’s, and since that time has spent over 15,000 hours training individuals and groups of up to 200 throughout the UK.