Inference locking is the ability to draw or move in only one direction and still reference other geometry. It is a key skill for fast and efficient SketchUp use.
The eraser will erase edges and groups, but you can also use it to hide or soften edges. Watch this video f...
Professor Leyla Aghayeva teaches SketchUp, V-Ray, 3DS Max, and Photoshop to some of the top interior design students in the country at New York School of Interior Design (NYSID).
With the unprecedented number of students and educators adjusting to distance learning, the SketchUp Education team would like to share some of our favorite free educational resources.
In our first episode of SketchUp Talk season 3, we go behind the scenes and talk to our education programs coordinator, Chris Brasher.
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.
Your toolkit of essential shortcuts and must-have extensions to get you on your way.
Get the inside scoop of how University of Colorado Boulder, Senior Instructor, Jade Polizzi teaches a design and build class during the semester.
Did you know that when you draw a circle the corners that meet the axis are called cardinal points? If you click on those cardinal points, you can quickly and easily resize your circle.
Our Visiting Professionals Program is an exciting opportunity for U.S.-based university students and faculty to learn how SketchUp Pro and LayOut are used in professional practice.
See how FIT and the PAVE competition is paving the way for visual merchandising, retail and display education.
University of Reading Professor of Classics Dr. Matthew Nicholls teaches ancient history at Reading University in the UK, where he has been working on a large-scale digital model of ancient Rome buil
FutureHAUS is a new way to think about how buildings are made.
Any 3D enthusiast can add these to their workflow to improve productivity and speed up modeling.
We recently sent Eric Schimelpfenig, craftsman and SketchUp guru, to visit Virginia Tech.
Through the Visiting Professionals Program, we were able to conduct illuminating hands-on workshops that helped enhance skill sets and spark creativity.
Learn the fundamentals of SketchUp by following along with this video series. Each video is a mini-project that will introduce new tools and essential techniques to the SketchUp work flow. This is P
Every school year, SketchUp sponsors college campus visits from industry leaders through our Visiting Professionals Program as an opportunity for students to gain insight into their future career.
We give you a few tips on how to optimize your large SketchUp model to prevent it from being too slow while you are working on it.
See how Trimble’s Visiting Professionals Program brings design and construction industry leaders to university classrooms.
See how SketchUp enables people to use techniques from Mayan teachers and help the Peace Corps Construction unit create even through the language barriers.