Some commercial content creators have had very little or no experience in system development, building templates or modelling in projects. From time to time I will list some key distinctions that explain how small (seemingly insignificant) choices that you make when creating commercial content can affect the firms who wish to use your content.
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Remember: If you content causes too many problems for the firms that the content has been made for (usually a manufacturer’s client) then the content WILL NOT be accepted or used in projects. The end users might not always take the time to give manufacturers verbal feedback back they will simply just ignore your range and move on to the next competitors range.
Bottom line: If you make well-considered content it will be an opportunity for the manufacturer that you represent to be the hero to all those designers and drafters that are relying on good Revit content. So I invite you to create content that readers can’t wait to tell me about. If I think it’s worth reviewing publicly – I’ll do a write-up of the range on this blog for free.