If you are located in the San Francisco Bay Area, you have a rare opportunity to test drive some new features in AutoCAD and contribute your feedback to future releases.
- We are not getting rid of LISP anymore than Bigfoot will begin anchoring the evening news.
- We are not getting rid of the Command Line
- We are adding much more features and changes based on customer feedback, now's your chance.
San Francisco (downtown SF) -- September 17 or 18, 2008
The AutoCAD Product Design and Usability team would like to invite you to join them for a sneak peek and test drive of a future version of AutoCAD, focusing on changes to the user interface and productivity enhancements. Members of the AutoCAD team will be there to introduce you to new and enhanced AutoCAD features.
In a casual focus group style, the design team wants to share with you their design-ideas-in-progress and ask for your input as they solidify their ideas for an upcoming release. They’ll include time at the end of the session for general feedback and they’ll be happy to discuss any issues, future directions, or wish list items with you at that time. Your input is critical in shaping the future of AutoCAD and the AutoCAD team depends on and values your ideas. After this session the design team will make key decisions based on your input.
Plan on spending the day (9am to 5pm) to meet the team and participate in hands-on sessions with a future release. You will learn valuable tips and get step by step instructions. Snacks and lunch will be provided.
Interested in attending the event? Here’s what they are looking for:
• Day to day users of AutoCAD or LT
• Users of Dynamic Blocks
• Users interested in or proficient in 3D modeling
• All levels – beginning to advanced
Seats are limited so please take the below brief survey so we know your user profile. Feel free to contact me, Shari Nemerovski (415-507-8217), with any questions about registration for this exciting event.
Also if you are not a member of Autodesk MyFeedback http://myfeedback.autodesk.com, sign up as that is a large over 20,000 active Autodesk product users involved in many different types of projects from betas to research and discussions on all Autodesk products from AutoCAD, 3ds Max, to Mudbox and Maya.
Get involved and help shape the future of Autodesk products.
By the way AutoCAD X is not the actual name.