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Bryan was the Chief Marketing Manager at Autodesk in April 2013, and was tasked with leading the marketing of the AutoCAD and related products as part of the implementation of Autodesk’s one platform strategy. Bryan’s first challenge in this role was to lead Autodesk’s launch of AutoCAD R20.
Autodesk released AutoCAD R20 on December 4, 2013, and it went on to become the fastest-selling AutoCAD release ever, and the first AutoCAD release that broke the million sales mark. Since then, over 15 million units of AutoCAD have been sold.
As Bryan discussed in this interview, Autodesk’s vision for AutoCAD was to make it easier for people to make stuff. They also wanted to get AutoCAD and its related products out there as quickly as possible, and they wanted people to be the ones to define what that stuff looked like and what its purpose was. They wanted people to be the author, the arbiter, and the ultimate decision-maker for the purposes of that stuff.
Bryan described the key messages that Autodesk needed to get across to PC users at a time when virtually no one knew what AutoCAD was. So the key messages were simple and straightforward.
Here are some of the interview highlights:
Bryan worked at Autodesk for almost four years before being promoted to become the Chief Marketing Officer. He is an author and a frequent keynote speaker on the topics of strategy, innovation and marketing.
Bryan has been interviewed on CBC Radio, and has spoken at events like DreamUp, PASS, the Nashville Entrepreneur’s Network, and others.
Bryan has spoken at TEDx and has an extensive resume of writing, speaking and consulting on strategic marketing, innovation, and technology.
Bryan used to work at IBM, which published several well-known strategic and marketing books, including The Only Sustainable Edge: How Smart Companies Are Winning in the World of Constant Change.
In the book, Bryan stated, “Any company that is going to be a winner is going to need to deal with the deep changes that
AutoCAD 2000 (later released in April 2001 as AutoCAD 2D) was based on the AutoLISP scripting language (see below) and the UDFs (User Defined Functions) to extend AutoCAD’s capabilities. The first major release of AutoCAD was the ‘AutoCAD 2000’. In 1999 Autodesk released AutoCAD LT. In April 2001 Autodesk released AutoCAD 2D.
AutoCAD LT, developed in partnership with the U.S. Defense Mapping Agency, is a version of AutoCAD that works with geographic data. Unlike AutoCAD, which is a commercial product, AutoCAD LT is free.
AutoCAD 3D (AutoCAD until 2014) is an extension of the AutoCAD 2002 product line.
The AutoCAD Architecture (2006) is designed for the use in construction of buildings, mostly residential. It is distributed by the Danish company dg3d and is a desktop 2D and 3D architectural design application.
AutoCAD Electrical is a power automation software used for electrical design and engineering. It is designed for electrical contractors, electricians and utility companies.
AutoCAD Civil 3D
AutoCAD Civil 3D is designed to provide civil engineers, contractors and land surveyors with sophisticated 3D design, analysis and documentation solutions for land use planning, infrastructure design, project scheduling, project cost estimating and financial analysis. Civil 3D is powered by the Autodesk Civil 3D 2016 software engine. The latest update is Autodesk Civil 3D 2016.2 Release 16.2.4, which released on July 1, 2018.
AutoCAD Water, is a desktop 2D and 3D hydraulic design application that was introduced in April 2015 by Landmark Graphics, Inc. It has similar functionality to the Civil 3D software.
AutoCAD Water 3D
AutoCAD Water 3D was released in August 2015 by Landmark Graphics, Inc. and Autodesk. It is a combination of the AutoCAD Water and AutoCAD Civil 3D products. AutoCAD Water 3D 2015 was released in September 2015. The latest release is AutoCAD Water 3D 2017.
Launch Autocad and open the file you downloaded from our website.
Click on `Generate License Key`
After clicking on `Generate License Key`, you have to save it in your computer. Then proceed to download the Registration file and the License Key from the activation screen
Autocad 2D is the most commonly used CAD software. With Autocad you can draw 2D technical diagrams.
The principle of Autocad 2D is simple: the user opens the editor, places the point, and enters parameters for the tool used, and a 2D diagram is drawn automatically, with a lot of nice functions, such as a tip and shadowing effects.
It is an easy-to-learn tool, so after downloading the Autocad software, it will be much easier for you to begin to use it.
Before launching Autocad, you need to activate it. To do this, you will find the activation instructions in the Autocad activation guide that was downloaded when you registered.
How to use Autocad 2D
To open Autocad, you will need to create a “work area”. This work area is a plot of free space (unless you have a specific need to work on a model), in which you will place the model that you want to draw. To create the work area, you will go to File –> Activate –> Active Work Area. The work area is the area where you will be able to draw.
To open Autocad, you need to double-click on the `.dwg` (PDF format) file that you downloaded in step 1.
Once you open the Autocad software, you will have a window that will guide you through the most basic procedures:
1. If you do not have a project file open, then you can open one by going to the File menu.
2. Select a template by going to the File menu and selecting “Create a New Project”.
3. Press the OK button.
4. Open the work area and enter the coordinates of the new drawing. You can use the mouse to move to the location where you want to place the model.
5. In the lower left corner, you will find a button that opens the Customize User
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Errors in drawings are automatically highlighted to help you identify the problems. Drawings that have too many or too few annotations may be corrected. Annotations will not be created when viewing these drawings as AutoCAD drawings. (video: 1:32 min.)
Three-dimensional objects are modeled using x/y/z coordinates instead of x/y/z dimension lines. 3D objects are created without visible 3D lines. (video: 3:28 min.)
Draftable text is displayed as 3D text. You can create, modify, and display text without having to select the text itself. You can edit the attributes of the 3D text, adjust the size of the font, change the color, etc. (video: 3:28 min.)
If you have a 3D scene in your drawing, you can preview and access a 3D view from within AutoCAD. (video: 3:28 min.)
Tag keywords are used to search for information on the subject matter of the drawing and to find the command that was used to create that information. (video: 1:45 min.)
Drawing attributes are created automatically when you create a drawing element. You can create a drawing element with a specific attribute value. You can also use an existing attribute to specify a default value. (video: 1:32 min.)
You can create custom attributes for any part of your drawing. These attributes are displayed in the drawing’s Attribute Table. They can be used in the Properties palette and in the properties for other drawing elements. (video: 1:32 min.)
Export to PDF or Microsoft Visio. The export results are compressed to save time and space. Export to Visio is available in the File menu as well as from the command line. (video: 1:17 min.)
Save a current drawing to a DWG or DXF file. In the file name box, you can use any name you want, including space or special characters. A full path can also be used. (video: 1:14 min.)
A new drawing is started directly from the Print Preview screen. This allows you to view your drawing as you create it and immediately return to your drawing. A separate Print Preview window is used. (video: 1:15 min.)
The new Export to Word command creates Word files directly from
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