Ralph Waldo Emerson
As I've walked through my travels in "the industry", I've found that many times, it's not always a fancy feature, with chrome renderings, animations, or mutli-core whizbangs that users like.
Don't get me wrong, fancy features are always cool. I use them quite a bit myself!
But sometimes, it's the little things, like having an automatic coffee maker, that make the daily grind a little easier.
|Ohh.. Coffee maker. Like a good Inventor tip. You make the day bearable.|
They're tricks that are like "secret handshakes". You don't see them in documentation, you only hear about them from another users that learned them from: Where else? Another user.
So, this week, I roll out a Tips and Tricks page on my blog. It's a collection of those little tricks that I've picked up over time. Not because I'm somehow more savvy than anyone else, just because I've had the good fortune of learning them.
The page is in development, so it will nearly certainly evolve over time. I'll add more "tricks of the trade". I may even change the layout a bit as I learn.
But here it is, in it's earliest form. I'm starting with Autodesk Inventor, but will likely add more procucts as I go. They're set up with the intention of being browsed through in a few minutes, with links to more "in depth" explanations where possible.
Take a look! Let me know what you think! And most of all, enjoy!
Take a look HERE!