All posts tagged computational design

swapping titleblocks…the easy way

This particular workflow came up recently when one of the Design Technology Managers at HOK asked if it was possible to swap bunch of Titleblocks for a different one, while […]

printing PDFs from Revit…why is it so hard?

Disclaimer:  If you don’t have to, please don’t reinvent the wheel. I am a proponent of just going out and buying the tools you need to do your job, rather […]

positioning computational designers in your business – more things to consider

Nate Miller from Proving Ground has recently written a thoughtful post on Computational Designer. I found it spot on in some regards, but also felt that, some things were left […]

playing with materials in dynamo while drinking heavily

I don’t usually play around with Materials in Revit, and even less so with renderings out of Revit, but recently I was engaged by couple of people with questions about […]

create your own tab and buttons in revit

In the last few posts I have outlined in great detail how to make a simple Revit Add-in using the IExternalCommand implementation. Doing that is a great and really fast […]

image management with Dynamo

This functionality has been requested a few times on Dynamo blog, so I thought I will make it official and share it here for everyone. This adds a few nodes […]

printing PDFs w/ dynamo

Some time ago I have spotted this post by Sol Armor at DynamoBIM forum, asking about printing PDFs out of Dynamo and I was a little sad that we didn’t […]

the year of dynamo by archi-lab

Dynamo, for some is just what the official Dynamo website says it is: “Open source graphical programming for design”. However, for me its much more than a design tool. For me […]