The Quick Start webinar is a quick and easy way to get started or learn about our software. We will take you through a home design from drawing walls all the way through construction documents. In addition, you will learn about design defaults and more.
If you are evaluating Home Designer or just getting started using it, our Boot Camp webinar is a great way to learn the basics, and best of all, it's free.
This project will go through the process of remodeling from beginning to end. The project will start by capturing as-built measurements and showing how to prepare a plan for a remodel. Next, the project will cover documenting project changes, expanding the garage, adding an owner's suite, adding a second floor, roof design, 3D rendering, and generating construction documents.
This Kitchen Design webinar will demonstrate how to create a kitchen layout with custom cabinets, appliances, an island, and lighting. We will also use tools to create a custom ceiling, apron sink and floating shelves to finalize the design.
This Bathroom Design webinar will focus on creating a bathroom including a custom double vanity and glass shower. We will also demonstrate how to customize lighting, materials, and molding using smart design tools to visualize our project.
This webinar will focus on Home Designer's automatic roof tools, and will go through the basic concepts behind designing a roof in Home Designer Software, and how to create simple roof styles, such as hip, gable, gambrel, and shed roofs.
This demonstration will go through the tools, features, and design process for a kitchen, bathroom, or other interior project. In this demonstration we will draw out and dimension a floor plan, create a custom ceiling, add custom cabinetry, fixtures, appliances, furniture, electrical items, create an elevation and layout sheet.
This webinar will focus on the manual roof building tools in Home Designer Professional. We will go through drawing roof and ceiling planes manually, and design several different roof styles including a Dutch Gable, a Clerestory, and manual dormers.