Dates: March 15th-19th
Mon-Wed 9:00-4:30, Lunch 1:00-2:30
Wed-Fri 9:00-4:30, Lunch 1:00-2:30
El Segundo, CA
Autodesk is looking for a group of experienced AutoCAD 2002 users to participate in a productivity study that will focus on moving from your current software to a new version of AutoCAD. The study is being funded by Autodesk but will be performed by a team from the UC Berkeley School of Architecture. The location of the study will be determined by interest however we are targeting the Los Angeles area.
The study will require approximately 30 hours of time from each participant. This will include a day of training in the use of the new version of AutoCAD. The basic study group will be a team of three people, working through a standard set of industry tasks during the course of a day. In addition to the training, each participant will receive a Not For Resale (NFR) copy of an Autodesk product*, and the chance to interact directly with the study team and the AutoCAD Product Management group. The results of the study will be published by the UCB team, and will be incorporated into an Autodesk white paper.
Please pass this invite on to any interested colleagues.
Please contact Traci Van Patten ([email protected]) if you are interested in participating.