ThinkHub Use Case: Architecture and Design

Enhance architect, engineering, and design projects with ThinkHub. Here's how other architecture firms are doing it:

There are many ways ThinkHub can help your collaborate through architecture and design projects.

Here are some tools an architecture and design firm has found most helpful in their design process: 

1. Canvas 

With a virtual Canvas that displays digital content and expands up to 20x the surface area of the touchscreen, architects can open multiple blueprints and designs at once, make them full screen for precise annotations, and then shrink them back to a smaller size for side by side comparison. 

2. Sessions

Many design firms choose to save their sessions based on each project. This way, you can save all blueprints, design inspiration, and project notes in a single session. You can open up the Session for Project A one hour, and open a Session for Project B the next.  

3. Groups

This design firm chose to organize their content by creating groups with names such as "Project Timeline", "Design Development" and "Presentation". They also have groups based on each area of design, such as the Lobby, which includes elements the client has sent for inspiration for Lobby decor. 

4. Media Tray / T1V app

The Media Tray and the T1V app are two ways in which faculty can send their content (images, videos, PDFs) to the Canvas so they can be natively stored with their session. 

5. T1V app — Send URL

The "Send URL" feature of the T1V app is helpful for customers working with online web-hosted providers such as Google Drive, Office365, etc. From here, you can send your web-based presentations, spreadsheets, forms, and more to be stored in your ThinkHub Session.