This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
What’s the Buzz about?Add-Ons Annotations BestPractice BuildingCode Career ClashDetection Classical customization Cycling Details DocumentationWorkflow Eyecandy geology hiking Implementation IPD JanesWalk JJacobs Language Legends Liveability LivingWall LocalColor ModelReview ModelStrategy Murals NationalParks Neighborhood Parametric Pre-Design programming ProjectManagement PublicArt Quotes Revit Schedules Site Skills Sustainable ThumbsDown Titleblocks Travel troubleshooting UserInterface Walking
Tag Archives: Implementation
Firms take different approaches to template files. Some, (I’m looking at you @twiceroadsfool) like to load ’em up with most everything a project needs, and let the teams weed out what they find they don’t need. Others take a more … Continue reading
Every firm needs to invest time in converting their detail library from legacy CAD format into smart, editable Revit details. This is NOT a ‘push the EASY button’ process, but there are different methods with different (in value and future … Continue reading
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
Component content management is an ongoing challenge, and it is important that teams understand the desired lifecycle flow. Infographics help A LOT: I’ve been using SmartDraw to create these workflow diagrams, and I’m loving the program: easy, flexible, and lots … Continue reading
We designers are visually oriented folk. Defining a workflow that teams will understand (and therefore more likely follow) has been most successful if accompanied by one of these: Each item is expanded on in documentation I’m adding to a client’s … Continue reading
All of the default settings and operations in Revit are controlled by the .ini file in the install. The ini file is the portal for any customization of your Revit environment, from changing the background color from white to black, … Continue reading
This topic came up in a consulting session today, and it echos an exchange I recently had over LinkedIn, so I’ll recap things here: LinkedIn email from a past colleague: How do you recommend to handle details and front end … Continue reading
Component Family Template Hosting Options: When creating custom component families, be aware of which family template is selected at the onset, as each template can have built-in behaviors regarding required hosting conditions. Most common hosting options are: Wall-Based – Must … Continue reading
Initial training a team on new software is one task – educating them on the often analytical means of troubleshooting issues as the model progresses is a completely separate one. I’m working on an extensive Troubleshooting Guide – divided up … Continue reading
I consult for several architectural and engineering firms, and on occasion I hear the team(s) refer to me as their Revit ‘guru’. While the intention is innocent enough, it always makes me cringe. Guru seems to suggest someone who has … Continue reading