Friday, 29 April 2011

Railings and Stairs - Usability Study - FIX THE BASICS

Over at Revit OpED Steve Stafford has posted that the Autodesk User Experience team is looking for Architects, Drafters, Designers and CAD Managers who use Revit Architecture or other products to design stairs or railings, to participate in a usability study of some Autodesk software concepts.

These sessions are approximately 90 minutes long.

To get selected you must need to complete a short questionnaire, and select all dates and times that you would be available for a 90 minute time slot on dates between May 16th and May 27th ranging from 8:00a.m. - 4:30 p.m. EST

Participants who are a good match for our study will be contacted within a few days.Your involvement helps make Autodesk products better..........Always true but lets hope that this time they actually do something about it and FIX THE BASICS.

I recall submitting information to Revit Factory regarding stairs in the long distant past

Stairs by Numbers on the 26th July 2010

Name That (Railing) Object on the 2nd April 2010 

Now it has to be said the Stairs Team obviously aren't the quicket team around because they were asking questions a year ago and bugger all happened in Revit 2012 regarding stairs and railings that have need to be fixed for some time

So the Question is are they going to FIX THE BASICS in Revit 2013?

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