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Rebuilding L’Aquila in 3D: Progress
In effort to support the post-earthquake destruction in L'Aquila, Italy, we taught a class about 3D digital...
Leveraging Trimble technology for construction with McCarthy Building Companies
We sit down with McCarthy Building Companies’ VDC Manager, Shannon Lightfoot, to discuss how they leverage Trimble across the entire lifecycle of their construction projects.
Using LayOut to create winning interior designs with Tammy Cody
Long time user of SketchUp, we dive in and take a look at one of Tammy Cody's most recent LayOut projects with the Netflix show, Queer Eye.
What we can learn from a Coachella lighting designer's 3D workflow
Stephen Lieberman of SJ Lighting explains why SketchUp is his go-to 3D modeling tool. Whether designing for large festivals or nightclubs, Stephen turns to SketchUp for early-stage visualizations.
How University of Guelph Professor brings expertise to landscape architect students
A top academic in landscape architecture at the University of Guelph, Dr. Nadia Amoroso focuses her work and her teaching methodology on visual representation, urban design, and creative mapping.
Utilizing 3D modeling in top feature films for Marvel, Disney, and Universal
Learn how Luke Whitelock utilizes 3D modeling to build some of the most iconic sets in the film industry today.
PAVE(ing) the way for future FIT university students
See how FIT and the PAVE competition is paving the way for visual merchandising, retail and display education.
From new builds to renovations: creating beautiful residential landscape designs
Running his own boutique residential landscape architecture firm, Tristan Peirce Landscape Architecture, and handles all aspects of the design to bring clients’ dreams into reality.
Scaling the wall: a climbing gym comes to life in SketchUp
The latest EVO Rock + Fitness climbine gym demonstrates one of the various uses for SketchUp. Read more about the architect and how SketchUp helped him create this project.
Imagining Hollywood set design in SketchUp; a conversation with Randy Wilkins
Wondering how you can add SketchUp to your workflow? Read about how Hollywood Veteran Randy Wilkins, uses it and how it can benefit you.
Top 10 SketchUp extensions to boost productivity
Any 3D enthusiast can add these to their workflow to improve productivity and speed up modeling.
How to create successful construction bids using 3D modeling
Executing fast-paced construction projects requires expertise, clear communication, and the right tools. Learn how Barton Malow uses technology to demonstrate a thorough logistics plan, win bids and..
Workplace furniture design, the Danish way
Through Icons of Denmark unique market-led approach, they’re bringing Danish design to the modern office...one sleek sofa at a time.
10 tips for modeling large design projects
Ever wondered how design professionals manage to create gorgeous but more importantly functional models? (Ones that don’t take an age to load up and orbit?!) Well, wonder no more! We gleaned ten top
Making a break in the TV industry with a little help from SketchUp
The TV & film industry is a tough one to break into, but not too tough for Dave Blass, production designer for top TV shows, like “The Boys,” “Preacher,” “Constantine,” and “ER.”
Transforming drab to fab interiors with Graced Designs
Making the world a more beautiful place, one project at a time with Malia from Graced Designs.
Crafting woodworking projects with Johnny Brooke
Meet YouTube-extraordinaire and woodworking expert, Johnny Brooke. He runs his own website, called Crafted Workshop, focusing on creating how-to videos on woodworking, DIY and home improvement.
The illustrated world of Diego Guerra
Diego is a graphic novelist and animator who uses SketchUp to give his graphic novels and films stylized perspective, and to increase his output and vastly reduce production time.
Talking woodworking, design, and YouTube with Chris Salomone
In our interview with Chris Salomone, we are given a full walkthrough on woodworking, design, and his popular YouTube channel.
Designing an Architecture Career: The Nuts & Bolts
For architects, getting your degree simply is the beginning of a difficult journey of achieving a career as an Architect. Here's Adam Osterhoff's experience.
Orbiting into foam pits at Woodward