Missing Revit Content
When missing Revit content; e.g., Revit families, or Revit templates, this blog will explain where to find the Autodesk Revit content and how to install it.
Revit Fundamentals for Residential Design
In this webcast, explore the content in the newly developed Autodesk Revit 2021: Fundamentals for Residential Design guide. This unique learning guide teaches you how to begin a new single detached ho
Webcast Follow-up: Revit Fundamentals for Residential Design
This guide is to teach you how to create a full 3D architectural model, including walls, doors, windows, floors, ceilings, roofs, and stairs, using the basic tools that architectural users need.
What's New in the Autodesk Revit Site Planning and Design guide
Learn about the changes made to the Autodesk Revit 2021: Site Planning and Design learning guide (previously called Revit Architecture: Site and Structural Design) in this webcast. With the 2021 relea
What's New in ASCENT's Site Planning and Design Guide (Previously Site & Structural Design)
My Five Fave New Features in Revit 2021
With all the uncertainty in the world today, it is refreshing to unwrap the new features of Revit 2021 to see what the Autodesk development team has come up with to make our lives easier in the...
Webcast follow-up: Maximize the Design Collaboration tools available in BIM 360
I want to thank everyone for attending my webcast on Maximizing the Design Collaboration tools. In the webcast I talked about and demonstrated the process of utilizing the BIM 360 Design...
Maximize the Design Collaborations tools available in BIM 360
Using Revit? Learn how you can use the BIM 360 Design Collaboration module to provide a centralized location for files and data.
What's new in the Advance Steel 2020 Fundamentals Guide
The Autodesk® Advance Steel Learning Guide received some necessary TLC for its latest 2020 release. This Fundamentals Learning Guide was meant to be an overview of basic Advance Steel tasks, but...
Revit 2020 Collaboration Tools: Worksets/Worksharing changes
ASCENT has recently made some required changes to the Revit 2020 Collaboration Tools learning guide with regards to how the practices for the Project Team Collaboration section are done.