If you use BIM and don't have a good BIM Template (whether for ArchiCAD, Revit, etc.). You Are Doing It Wrong.
I asked on the Shoegnome Facebook page what my next ArchiCAD tutorial video should be about. There was some interest in Pen Sets, but the overwhelming majority of people wanted more on Building Materials in ArchiCAD 17. So here's the
Reinventing the Wheel Let’s face it. We love it. We reinvent every chance we get hoping to make things better. Without it our lives would be pretty boring, Does this mean however we need to re-invent everything? More specifically, do we
Thanks to Rob Jackson of Bond Bryan Architects for sharing this with me. "The UK has developed a protocol document designed for use with BIM projects, known as the AEC (UK) BIM Protocols. The set of documents builds on the guidelines and
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.
Interactive ArchiCAD Practice Manual – guest blogger Vaneshrie Sullivan shares insights into her book
The Interactive ArchiCAD Practice Manual came from the realization that, although there are numerous books on teaching ArchiCAD users how to use the tools and navigate around projects, there is not much guidance on how to apply this software in
Visit Shoegnome's ArchiCAD Resource Page Version 1.3 So I had an idea a few weeks ago. I'd create a second website. It'd have a comprehensive list of websites that had ArchiCAD content on them --objects, add-ons, templates, tutorials, etc. It'd be
As a CAD / BIM manager, there is one vein of questioning that I just hate. It's not so much the actual question, which is a variation of: "Why isn't this working right?" It's the answer that angers me: "Because you're not following