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You might not have heard the name before, however, if you've ever had to learn drawing or followed a design course of any level, you will know this software is one of the core concepts that are an essential tool to help you create your drawing online.
Autocad is a software that will help you work on drawings in any project, regardless of the level, using text, images, objects or layers to make two dimensions into three and bring life to your work in hours less time than would otherwise be possible, all from your very own computer.
Let's give you a basic rather than complete overview of the core concepts and dates in the history of Autocad:
Autocad is a CAD - computer aided design - software that is used to creating drawing and drafting on your computer, or online.
The CAD helps you work with drawings in a hands-on way that facilitates editing and drafting with many easy to use layers and blocks.
With a certificate of quality, the software was first developed in 1982 by Autodesk, and Autodesk still runs it today. It was so useful and revolutionary to help students learn design principles and put them into practice since it was the first software that was working entirely within the computer - meaning that all previous software prior to this ran on a mainframe computer elsewhere.
Whether for a basic level or advanced students, the concepts included in this software are all based on the same blocks and drawing with this is particularly easy. A quick online module in the software will get you up to speed, then you can spend the rest of the day, or even just a few hours playing around giving yourself an introduction to the sort of professional looking design project you want to create on your computer.
Complete with all of the key design features for a course or working with drafting, drawing, layers, blocks, and design concepts, it goes without saying that all students, any instructor, or any design professional would benefit from a knowledge of this software.
No design course would be complete without a CAD, and Autocad really is at the top of the range. The introduction and overview for any project are very easy to get foundations in with the tools and skills acquired through the use of this software, and if you want to become a qualified instructor, you can even get a certificate in Autocad.
Now it might also be the case that you are a professional, and do not project any study for yourself any time soon since you're well beyond the introduction stage. You will be surprised to know however that there is both a free kind of course and one with fees out there too that are simply to help level up your skills, refine basic drawing training and techniques that may be rusty, or that can help really get you up to speed with advanced concepts. Just think, if you're dealing with dozens of layers or objects like a dodecahedron that are highly advanced and complex to make out of single blocks, you might save yourself hours of working time by getting an overview or more complete introduction to these skills from a qualified instructor.
Moreover, for those who are simply interested in learning and don't require such a module to create something highly advanced, this can be a good way to refine computer knowledge and use tools to create something new. You can simply level up and impress your friends and family with the kinds of amazing design knowledge you have, and throughout the course of discovering all the applications for different objects and drawings you're working on in your personal project, use your time with the software to create memorable pieces of art that can be included in an exhibition, used as typeface, used to show abstract concepts, or even included in editing, drafting, or drawing course for which you yourself are the instructor.
There is a complete range of benefits that free learning or learning with an instructor about the tools and skills from an Autocad course can give you. Even basic skills and knowledge of the blocks, concepts, editing and drafting techniques, and drawings can help make you stand out in a design setting, or be heavily employable across a range of working environments.
Some typical jobs that would rely heavily on Autocad or CAD and drawing technologies to facilitate their work are ones where the majority of hours on day to day work are less text and more drawing focussed. Professional pathways for students who have taken a basic course or advanced course in Autodesk or Autocad software would typically be included in this range are engineering, graphic design, architecture, project managers, and city planners, just to name a few.
Being able to model and give any person a basic overview of the project you're working on thanks to your brilliant drafting and drawing skills, thanks to the help of Autocad tools and software to create beautiful layers and blocks and craft them into an engaging piece of work, will set your design career ablaze and help you in your study and work to become a great visual communicator.
Check out the range of Autocad tutors on Superprof all around Australia, and find out how students can learn in person and online how to make the most of their computer drawing capabilities.