Revit software is highly tuned for architects and MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) and structural engineers, but "out of the box" it doesn't quite meet all of the needs and unique workflow requirements of some other disciplines, such as interior design. This class will explore some of the ways that interior designers can successfully incorporate Revit into their workflows, understanding when it is important to model and when it is better not to model. We'll also document materials and finishes, including using Area plans and Key Schedules, note blocks and note tags, and techniques for quickly and easily generating graphics for presentations.
- Learn how to determine when to model and when not to model
- Learn how to use Area Plans, Key Schedules, Note tags and Note Blocks to document materials
- Learn modeling techniques for high-end interior spaces
- Learn quick and easy presentation techniques
With a background as a registered architect, Matt Dillon has over 30 years of experience in Autodesk Architectural applications, and is an Autodesk Certified Instructor at an Autodesk Authorized Training Center. In addition to assisting customers implement Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Revit Platform products, Dillon has also consulted with Autodesk, Inc., development staff in product design and usability for AutoCAD Architecture software. A published author, Dillon was one of the recipients of Autodesk's Distinguished Speaker Award in 2010, and he has been a highly rated instructor at Autodesk University since he first began presenting in 2000.