Architectural Software: Which, and how?

55476b38e58ece706c00053c_which-architectural-software-should-you-be-using-_which_arch_software_large-530x354Earlier this month, ArchDaily published “Which Architectural Software Should You Be Using?” (originally published on ArchSmarter as “Which architectural software is right for me?”), where author Michael Kilkelly works through factors that could influence your decision to select and learn architectural software and, with the added help of a platform-based flowchart, offers a list of applications to focus your search.

Since proficiency in architecture software is becoming increasingly important, as well as appearing universally accepted that some level of involvement with software is now a requirement, ArchDaily Managing Editor Rory Scott follows up with “Architecture Software Tutorials: Which Are The Best Out There?” Admittedly a short list to start, ArchDaily is soliciting readers’ help in creating a directory of the best on-line architecture tutorial websites.

UPDATE: They asked, you responded.

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