Custom linetypes and hatches allow users to expand their Bluebeam repertoire in exquisite detail
Technology has the potential to eliminate redundant work and streamline mundane-yet-critical tasks, easing the burden on construction firms as they face a possible challenging economy ahead.
The Status Bar in Bluebeam packs more punch than initially meets the eye
Interior designers do amazing work—here’s how Bluebeam can make their jobs easier
Despite the temptation to implement a new technology quickly, it’s important that there are practices in place to ensure the tool is evolving in the long run
The city’s department for reviewing plan documents was stuck in a slow and siloed system for communicating corrections—until Bluebeam transformed it forever
Marking up documents is much more efficient when users can store and organize pre-drawn objects and other icons for later use
Bluebeam’s dexterity as a construction technology makes it invaluable to the industry, but standardizing its tools and features to specific job roles or workflows makes it even more valuable
Bluebeam’s tool for real-time collaboration, Studio Sessions, and its tool for document storage, Studio Projects, are both invaluable to any construction project, but there are particular ways to use each—and both together—for optimal productivity
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