Josh Reilly

Josh originally joined the team for a year with Google as a SketchUp Trainer in 2008 and later rejoined SketchUp with Trimble in 2013. He is a map nerd, enjoys long walks in the mountains, skiing, playing soccer, kickball, disc golf, and... any sport or backyard game out there!

  • SketchUp Skill Builders: Model smarter, faster

    SketchUp Skill Builders: Model smarter, faster

    Have you ever had that moment in SketchUp where you discovered something new and your entire day got a little brighter? We created a new video series that’ll add more of those moments to your day.

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  • SketchUp multi-tool personalities: part one

    SketchUp multi-tool personalities: part one

    Did you know that many SketchUp tools have alter egos? You might think you know your SketchUp tools pretty well, but many have supplemental functions.

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  • Profile Builder 2: Create parametric wall assemblies in SketchUp

    Profile Builder 2: Create parametric wall assemblies in SketchUp

    Curious about the Profile Builder 2 extension? John Brock shows us how to create 3D foundation walls from 2D wall sections by using it.

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  • A conversation with Mike Brightman: ConDoc Tools for SketchUp

    A conversation with Mike Brightman: ConDoc Tools for SketchUp

    Mike Brightman, the creator of SketchUp extension & workflow ConDoc Tools, sheds light into the extension's time-saving abilities and how to apply the workflow.

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  • Yestermorrow: A hands-on design/build education

    Yestermorrow: A hands-on design/build education

    Yestermorrow is a non-profit that provides build & design education by taking college students through the process of designing and building a small structure.

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  • Ryan Companies uses SketchUp Pro for virtual design and construction

    Ryan Companies uses SketchUp Pro for virtual design and construction

    Ryan Companies is an all-in-one shop that includes development, real estate management, architecture, engineering, and construction. See how the team coordinates with different departments.

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  • Using Tables to manage spreadsheets in LayOut

    Using Tables to manage spreadsheets in LayOut

    In our never-ending quest to help you create the best documents (and get the most out of your SketchUp models), we built Tables: a great way to manage spreadsheets in LayOut.

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  • Creating section animations with Scenes

    Creating section animations with Scenes

    Add a little magic to your SketchUp project by creating section animation with your 3D models.

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  • A conversation with the International Masonry Institute

    A conversation with the International Masonry Institute

    Scott Conwell sheds insight into IMI's quality training & professional education for masonry contractors as well as free assistance to the design & construction communities.

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  • Reimagining the Veterans Memorial Tunnels

    Reimagining the Veterans Memorial Tunnels

    THK developed the aesthetic design for the Veterans Memorial Tunnels, a major highway infrastructure project currently being constructed along Interstate 70 near Idaho Springs, CO.

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  • [Skill Builder] Control shading for interior spaces

    [Skill Builder] Control shading for interior spaces

    Do you use SketchUp to model interior spaces? Adjust the shadow settings for every Scene you create to make your models pop.

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  • What are fast styles?

    What are fast styles?

    Do you need a loose conceptual look or hand-drawn visualization for SketchUp presentations? Learn how fast styles can reduce time spent during modeling.

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  • [Skill Builder] Painting and projecting textures on curved surfaces

    [Skill Builder] Painting and projecting textures on curved surfaces

    Textures are very important and help bring your geometry to life. Because of that, we demonstrate the process of painting and projecting textures on more complex, curved surfaces.

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