Does Bentley have a "BIM Deployment Plan" for implementing BIM in companies to help deliver projects faster, more cost-effectively, and more sustainably?
Ustn since 1988SS4 - i7-3.45Ghz-16 Gb-250/1Tb/1Tb-Win8.1-64bEric D. MilbergerArchitect + Master Planner + BIMSenior Master Planner NASA - Marshall Space Flight CenterThe Milberger Architectural Group, llc
I understand the 3d model to Drawings, but it is not clear of how to : Integrate a live method for takeoffs A valid Parts list that creates a specification 2d tools to identify and label documentation based upon integrated element data Ease of coordination with Disiplines with EASE. Multiple platforms in use.
Yea... it would be good to have a detailed workflow defined for these tasks. I think a lot of users hear about tools and functionality that Bentley apparently have are regularly disappointed when they actually try to use them in production.
Maybe some one should 'donate' a live project data set of reasonable complexity for Bentley to 'test drive'. The bigger the better, This would allow the dev team to 'dog food' their own code and UI a it more throughly before letting things loose on users. Emil?
Especially important for planning stage in those 5-weekly Scrum sprint cycles? Where there is a very short period to define what is required. Seems that scrum entails short periods for everything and lots of pressure on the developers.
I can't help thinking that UI niceties are the first to be traded off in this environment... so it would be good to define the desired workflow from a user perspective well before it gets chucked into the scrum machine.
"As per rules of Scrum, Scrum master job is to remove all impediments for his team and the product owner's job is to provide the requirements in stories which will help to build or complete the project incrementally."
Maybe the novella should be circulated in the favela for comment before the initial planning week, to allow some reality checks by users at the coal face. The problem is that most users will not have time to do this. Probably needs to be planned way in advance.
Devil in the detail. Providing a good UX takes a lot of detailed consideration of what the user goes through and to ensure a smooth 'Human Computer Interface'.
I wonder if Bentley gives their coders some training on how to ensure what they code up is actually 'Bentley' not Yugo, UX-wise. The way the Scrum-o-rama is supposed to work, I bet these kind of 'UX niceties' don't make it onto the 'Quality Items Pileup'.