Archive for January, 2012

Find out how to bring Revu to you

January 20, 2012

This year we’re doing something very cool to celebrate the launch of Revu 10…we’re bringing Revu to you! You and your project partners could be among the first to see Revu 10’s new features in the comfort of your very own office. It’s just our way of saying “thanks” for all your support as we release this milestone product which is packed with some very cool features.

Are you ready to bring Revu to you? Find out how you can apply for this fun preview event here.

Check out this new Revu tool set of electrical symbols

January 19, 2012

You asked for it, so we made it! We’ve just created a new, free tool set of electrical symbols.

This tool set can be yours!

This tool set is packed full of markups that you can easily place on your drawings, change the color and resize. You can get it (and many other tool sets) for free here.

For those of you that are not familiar with Revu’s toolsets, you’ll definitely want to know all about these time-saving treasures. Tool sets are groups of specialized markup symbols that are saved in Revu’s exclusive Tool Chest and are fully customizable for each user.  Learn more about tool sets here.

Are there other symbols that you need, that you just don’t see pre-loaded in Revu or on our website? Let me know! And remember, to keep on PDFin’!

-Karen

 

Bluebeam Rings in 2012 at the Rose Parade

January 5, 2012

The ball has dropped, confetti has landed and 2012 is here! Bluebeam continued our annual tradition of celebrating the New Year together by watching the Rose Parade. Lucky us – our Pasadena, CA headquarters are conveniently located on the parade route, and we have a balcony! Here are some photos of our favorite floats and bands:

The China Airlines float celebrated the beginning of the year of the Dragon (well, almost – Chinese New Year begins later this month.)

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles’ float celebrated its new dinosaur exhibit!

This “If Pigs Could Fly” float reminded me of Angry Birds!

We love the Nordics, so we definitely loved that the Royal Swedish Navy Cadet Band made an appearance in this year’s parade.

Aloha from the City of Downey!

Happy New Year, and remember to keep on PDFin’!

-Karen


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