Google Drive For Architects and Construction Professionals

Google Drive For Architects and Construction Professionals

The digital age has brought about many innovations that architecture and construction businesses can benefit from. One such innovation is cloud computing, which involves your files being hosted both on your devices and on the web; always in perfect sync,…

The 6 Best Options for Protecting Your Tablet on Site Visits

The 6 Best Options for Protecting Your Tablet on Site Visits

Every architect knows how useful it is to have a tablet or mobile phone working on site. Mobile devices are indispensable for making notes, taking photographs, sending emails, viewing files stored in the cloud and a whole host of other…

12 Tips for Maximizing Your Tablet’s Battery Life (and Avoiding a Disaster on the Construction Site)

12 Tips for Maximizing Your Tablet’s Battery Life (and Avoiding a Disaster on the Construction Site)

Your tablet may be one of the most useful tools you use on the construction site as an architect, but if your battery runs out, it may as well be an expensive paperweight. Many tablets now offer 8-10 hours of…

How Tablets Are Revolutionizing the Construction Business

How Tablets Are Revolutionizing the Construction Business

Tablet computers are a fairly new invention in the wide selection of gadgets and technology we have available to us today. The first Android tablets were released in 2009, quickly followed by Apple’s contribution – the iPad in 2010. Apple…

How to Get the Most out of Evernote as an Architect

How to Get the Most out of Evernote as an Architect

These days there are so many productivity apps and services around, it can be difficult knowing where to start. However, Evernote is a name that pops up time and time again in conversations about work management and productivity and for good…

Which is the Best Tablet for Architects?

Which is the Best Tablet for Architects?

We’re often asked which is the best tablet for running Archisnapper and for general use in the architecture and construction business. While every individual has specific needs and in the end it comes down to personal preference as to which…

How to Get the Most out of Dropbox as an Architect

How to Get the Most out of Dropbox as an Architect

The mobile internet revolution has impacted the work and life of many people, but if you’re reading this, you are probably one of those who benefits the most from this new connected world. As an architect, it’s likely that you’ll…

3 Big Mistakes Architects Make With Their Websites

3 Big Mistakes Architects Make With Their Websites

This is a guest post by Nic Granleese. Nic is an architect and architectural photographer based in Melbourne. His professional photographic career was launched in 2011 and he used social media and websites to quickly become one of Australia’s most…

How to Sketch on Your iPad, iPhone or Android?

How to Sketch on Your iPad, iPhone or Android?

As an architect who visits job sites on a regular basis, you often need to make sketches to clarify things to other parties in the construction process, or to take home for further processing. Tablets are a step above replacing…