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In this Coffee Break, we will learn how to use the tools and commands in the Spotlight Workspace to organize, number, and patch lighting devices.Learning Objectives:- Explore Lighting Device Object Info- Spotlight Preferences...- Explore Spotlight Numbering Dialog- Explore Spotlight Patch Dialog- Build a Label Legend To Display DataRegister

    

Please note that we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks Architect user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how tools and menu commands are used to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:
1. Learn how different Architectural Projects can be organized.
2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Architect.
3. Get an overview of Architecture Design tools.
4. Learn about interoperability for Vectorworks Architect.
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As the world changes and businesses adapt, so do the office spaces that we use. More than ever, we hear about companies trying to increase efficiency of their existing office spaces and exploring new ways to entice employees back to work with a hybrid workspace.
Join Kesoon Chance, Industry Specialist from Vectorworks UK to discover how to build an efficient model through the fit-out process and ways in which you can showcase these changes to your clients.
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Please note that we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks Landmark user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how tools and menu commands are used to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:


1. Familiarize yourself with the Vectorworks Landmark user interface.2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Landmark.3. Get an overview and demonstration of different Landmark design tools.4. Understand file organizational concepts.5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.Register

    

We hope to see you in-person at the ESRI User Conference at the San Diego Convention Center on July 11-15, 2022.&nbsp:Be sure to stop by the Vectorworks booth #2414 or join our Lunchtime Meeting Space to see what's new in Vectorworks Landmark 2022!&nbsp:
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Join the New York City Vectorworks Entertainment Community Group meeting:
Date:&nbsp:Monday, July 11
Time:&nbsp:5:30&nbsp:p.m. ET - 8:00 p.m. ET
Place:&nbsp:Online, via Zoom. Join through the meeting link below at the scheduled time:
https://vectorworks.zoom.us/j/98321781310

Topic:&nbsp:Michael Klaers, a lighting designer and the Santa Barbara Vectorworks Community Group leader, will be presenting on using Worksheets in Vectorworks. He'll discuss the main uses for worksheets&nbsp:and tricks to make them more productive.
Example topics:
1.&nbsp: Formatting worksheets in a way that doesn’t make you say “Ugh”.
2.&nbsp: Using worksheets to display data from the drawing.
3.&nbsp: Using worksheets to manipulate data in the drawing.
4.&nbsp: Using worksheets for drawing housekeeping and maintenance.&nbsp:
Presenter Bio:
Michael Klaers is a lighting designer — primarily theater, but also dance and industrials.&nbsp: When not on the road he draws buildings for architects.&nbsp: In his “free” time he enjoys writing tools for Vectorworks.&nbsp: The presentable ones can be found at https://www.verysmallgroup.com/vectorworks-plugins.&nbsp: The unpresentable ones can often be found at the Vectorworks User Community he runs from his home in Santa Barbara, CA.

    

Join the next St. Louis Vectorworks Community Group meeting:
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Date:&nbsp:Monday, July 11
Time:&nbsp:
Pre-meeting social from&nbsp:6:30 - 7:00pm CT
Meeting from 7:00 p.m. CT - 8:30 p.m. CT
Place:&nbsp:In person at&nbsp:The Masonry Institute of St. Louis, 1429 S. Big Bend Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63117.
Parking near the entrance facing Big Bend
Topic:&nbsp:The Vectorworks Window and Q&amp:A –&nbsp:Looking at the Document Window, Settings, and general discussion

    

Please note that we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides an overview of Vectorworks Spotlight to create, visualize, and document live entertainment productions. Attendees will explore the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits of using information modeling in the design phase to streamline workflows and increase efficiency. The session covers the user interface and demonstrates how to use specialized plug-ins, tools, and menu commands contained within Vectorworks Spotlight.

Learning Objectives:


1. Learn how different Entertainment projects can be organized.2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Spotlight.3. Get an overview of Spotlight design tools.4. Learn about interoperability for Vectorworks Spotlight.5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.6. Find out what next steps you need to take to use Vectorworks successfully.Register

    

Please note that we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how tools and menu commands are used to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:
1. Familiarize yourself with the user interface.
2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks.
3. Get an overview and demonstration of different digital design tools.
4. Understand file organizational concepts.
5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.
6. Find out what next steps you need to take to use Vectorworks successfully.
Register

    

Algorithms-aided design tools are quickly becoming a standard of the AEC industry. They can bring endless opportunities for customization and automation within your design software and allow you more experimentation and optimization within your designs. Algorithms-aided design can be intimidating to a new user, but the most important thing you need to get started is a problem you want to solve. Once you get started, the true possibilities begin to open up. In this presentation, I will discuss some basics of algorithmic modeling, give some examples of scripts that you can build in BIM software, and look at several real-world algorithmic modeling success stories.


Learning Objectives:
Identify the multiple benefits of using algorithmic modeling within a design and BIM software. Describe how algorithmic modeling can be used to create multiple iterations and increase time efficiency within the design process. Demonstrate how algorithmic modeling can be used to analyze data and optimize designs. Discover how designers are currently using algorithms-aided design in their work. Register

    

Join us as we take a look at the grading tool and how we can use it to grade our site model.Learning Objectives:- Place a grade object and set its preferences.- Build a grade network and how we can adjust it.- How we can apply grade objects to a Hardscape on our site model.Register

    

Join the next Austin Vectorworks Community Group meeting:
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Date:&nbsp:Thursday, July 14
Time:&nbsp:12:00 - 1:30 p.m. CT
Place:&nbsp:Online, via Zoom. Join through the meeting link below at the scheduled time.
Topic:&nbsp:Lighting and Rendering

    

Join us as we take a look at the grading tool and how we can use it to grade our site model.Learning Objectives:- Place a grade object and set its preferences.- Build a grade network and how we can adjust it.- How we can apply grade objects to a Hardscape on our site model.Register

    

Please note that we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks Architect user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how tools and menu commands are used to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:
1. Learn how different Architectural Projects can be organized.
2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Architect.
3. Get an overview of Architecture Design tools.
4. Learn about interoperability for Vectorworks Architect.
Register

    

Please note that we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks Landmark user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how tools and menu commands are used to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:


1. Familiarize yourself with the Vectorworks Landmark user interface.2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Landmark.3. Get an overview and demonstration of different Landmark design tools.4. Understand file organizational concepts.5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.Register

    

Please note that we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides an overview of Vectorworks Spotlight to create, visualize, and document live entertainment productions. Attendees will explore the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits of using information modeling in the design phase to streamline workflows and increase efficiency. The session covers the user interface and demonstrates how to use specialized plug-ins, tools, and menu commands contained within Vectorworks Spotlight.

Learning Objectives:


1. Learn how different Entertainment projects can be organized.2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Spotlight.3. Get an overview of Spotlight design tools.4. Learn about interoperability for Vectorworks Spotlight.5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.6. Find out what next steps you need to take to use Vectorworks successfully.Register

    

We hope to see you in-person at the 2022 APLD International Landscape Design Conference&nbsp:in Chicago, IL on July 21-25, 2022.&nbsp:Be sure to stop by the Vectorworks to see what's new in Vectorworks Landmark 2022 and enter for a chance to win a $100 Amazon Giftcard!&nbsp:
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As a landscape designer, you’re likely looking for new ways to integrate sustainable objectives into your site design workflow. These objectives can stem from a conscientious client, a jurisdictional mandate, or a desire to create a positive environmental impact beyond each project site.&nbsp:
Fortunately, technology is more capable than ever to support your sustainability objectives. This presentation will showcase various firms’ successes found in using their design software and other technology integrations to achieve their goals for environmental stewardship. It will also explore opportunities where technology can continue to develop for better landscape performance.

Attendees will:
Consider existing standards (BREEAM, LEED, SITES, and MWELO) as examples in recognized objectives for environmental protective and sustainable site design, installation, and maintenance.
Understand existing successes found with design and BIM technology in meeting and exceeding sustainable objectives. Discover sustainable opportunities for design technology and the role it plays in future compliance with sustainable standards attempting to counter climate change.&nbsp: Register

    

As the world changes and businesses adapt, so do the office spaces that we use. More than ever, we hear about companies trying to increase the efficiency of their existing office spaces and exploring new ways to entice employees back to work with a hybrid workspace. Join Kesoon Chance, industry specialist from Vectorworks UK to discover how to build an efficient model through the fit-out process and ways in which you can showcase these changes to your clients.
Learning Objectives:- Discover effective techniques to build a 3D model of existing building conditions to enable a data-driven design process.- Observe how data-driven 3D models can help you make better-informed design decisions through analysis of the spaces and objects within the project.- Explore how to manage the different project phases within the software: Category A fit-out and Category B fit-out.- Review the benefits of an integrated workflow to better represent your design vision to clients with visualization techniques.Register

    

Please note that we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how tools and menu commands are used to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:
1. Familiarize yourself with the user interface.
2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks.
3. Get an overview and demonstration of different digital design tools.
4. Understand file organizational concepts.
5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.
6. Find out what next steps you need to take to use Vectorworks successfully.
Register

    

In this Coffee Break, we will look at creating custom Truss objects in Vectorworks using data from manufacturer files.
Learning Objectives:
- Creating a truss symbol from manufacturer CAD files
- Setting up Auto-Connect and Magnets for a piece of truss
- Creating a custom Braceworks cross section and attaching it
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In this Coffee Break, we will look at creating custom Truss objects in Vectorworks using data from manufacturer files.
Learning Objectives:
- Creating a truss symbol from manufacturer CAD files
- Setting up Auto-Connect and Magnets for a piece of truss
- Creating a custom Braceworks cross section and attaching it
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