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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Project Planning and What Revit Wants

A recent post over at Revit Scratchpad deals with the issues of 'user expectations' and the importance of setting up a Revit project correctly from the beginning.  Check it out:


Revit can be amazing at doing complex tasks and yet sometimes it can seem almost impossible to get it to do something that the user considers a simple task.
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In a recent such case and after explaining an open-heart surgery procedure for a live Revit project a colleague of mine summed up the whole thing in a nutshell. He said that it reminded him of doing a slider puzzle...
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I guess the lesson is to try and start with the end goal in mind. Please dont just jump in...

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Revit Scratchpad: Do you find Revit puzzling?

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