Free Webinars: ARCHICAD Best Practices Update – 10 Cool Tutorials
ARCHICAD Best Practices have changed a LOT over the years.
Have you kept up?
Join me for a brand new free training webinar that I’ll be presenting several times this month, and learn some useful ARCHICAD tips, tricks and working methods that are “hidden in plain sight” in recent upgrades.
This series is a special edition of the monthly ARCHICAD USER webinars, the free series that I’ve been running all year. Instead of one webinar, I’ll run three separate sessions:
- Monday December 17 at 4 pm PST
- Tuesday December 18 at 10 am PST
- Thursday December 27 at 1 pm PST
If you’re already registered for the ARCHICAD USER monthly sessions, your connection link will work for whichever session you choose to attend.
If you’re not already subscribed, you can join over 2600 ARCHICAD USERs by clicking here:
BEST PRACTICES UPDATE – 10 COOL TUTORIALS
As I planned out the presentation, I collected a series of 10 quick demonstrations that cover a wide range of modeling, documentation, presentation and data usage.
The main criteria I used were:
- Is it new or different in recent versions of ARCHICAD?
- Is it valuable and useful?
- Is it something that many users would miss noticing?
- Is it clever, fun or otherwise cool?
- Can I demonstrate it in about 5 minutes, and teach people how to use it?
I am pleased to say that I’ve got a set of 10 really cool, fun, awesome and interesting new things to show you.
And I bet that 9 out of 10 users who attend will learn several new tools and tips that can be put to use right away. Some avid users may already know everything I’m showing – after all, these things are in plain sight – however I’m hopeful they will enjoy the way that I put this together.
NEW: ARCHICAD BEST PRACTICES 2020 COURSE
I’m running these webinars as part of the launch of my new course: ARCHICAD Best Practices 2020. This new project will run through all of 2019 and into early 2020 as I attempt to cover everything I can about how to use ARCHICAD with best practices methods.
Learning and using these working methods will help you produce your projects more easily, quickly and with higher quality.
It is my intention to produce the most comprehensive and robust resource for ARCHICAD users ever created, a “classic reference for the 2020’s”. It’s rather ambitious – and will take a LOT of work – however I’m feeling excited and up for the challenge.
I must say it feels to me like we’re living in the future – the 2020’s seem like something out of science fiction. Yet they are just around the corner.
I’ll announce details on this new project next week.
Your friendly, helpful (and humble) ARCHICAD Guru ;->
P.S. Have you caught any of my recent set of ARCHICAD videos: the ARCHICAD Design | Views Tutorial Series?
Click here to watch the first 4 (average 20 minutes each) of a planned set of 7 new videos. On that page, you’ll have the opportunity to download a free ARCHICAD Resource Pack with over 100 elements to help you view and present your ARCHICAD projects with more variety and clarity.