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Edify Blog

ˈɛdɪfʌɪ/verb FORMALto instruct or improve (someone) morally or intellectually. So you've been volun-told to write a blog? Or perhaps you've been tempted to email the entire office a link to an article you like? Here are a few tips on how to get started with your blog post. https://youtu.be/vX0DMAjtZZg The post can be short or... Continue Reading →

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A note on fonts

When using inDesign & our templates please ensure you are using the correct company fonts as appropriate. These help to keep our work in a consistent style & format across different documents All of the standard company fonts should be installed on your PC, but if they aren’t you can find them here: S:\Resources\STATIONERY & DOCUMENTS\EA Company Fonts... Continue Reading →

Sun/Shade analysis using SketchUp

If you use sketch up to create sun/shade analysis diagrams, I’ve set up a template which should save us a lot of time. It has scenes pre-set for different times of the day throughout the year, which you can batch-export as an image set. You can copy a massing model directly into the template and the shade patterns... Continue Reading →

Setting up OneDrive to work from home

As discussed in the mid-March office briefing, here are some instructions for how to use OneDrive at home. Do I need to upload files from the server to OneDrive for use at home? PROJECTS - Project leaders are in charge of ensuring all necessary files for their projects are uploaded to the drive. They will share access to anyone working... Continue Reading →

Converting to Revit

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is light years ahead of AutoCAD when it comes to automating and streamlining the design documentation process. Revit does not necessarily have to be utilised for 3d modelling. The key benefit of this programme lies within its' capacity to imbed information within your linework. This can be basic properties right down... Continue Reading →

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