Tobias Hathorn and FormIT

This week Carla and I  talk with Autodesk FormIT product owner, Tobias Hathorn.

Show Notes

  • Autodesk BIM 360 Formit paid and free versions.  Free include iPad and Android devices along with the web version. The paid for version includes: real-time collaboration, energy analysis, solar analysis, Autodesk Material Library and as of new the 360 Windows version.
  • Tobias on Twitter
  • Formit Friday Blog  Youtube
  • Tobias is a RoMBIS board member Denver’s Revit Users Group


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About Tobias Hathorn, AIA

Tobias Hathorn is the Product Owner, and User Experience Designer driving innovation of conceptual BIM tools to streamline the building industry.

His responsibilities include satisfying Autodesk business goals by guiding a development team through research, prioritization, design decisions, and feature implementation.

To that end, he utilizes user research and design iterations with customers. He is delighted to produce and improve features that exceed user expectations, providing what they want and need. Overall, he aspires to provide a user experience of flow.

Beyond customer facing features, he also contributes to his team’s culture by being an enthusiastic, social conduit between customers and development teams. Open minded communication – both speaking and listening – that leads to honest sharing, trust, and successful, productive teams.

Specialties include; User experience design, software design, problem-solving through design, usability studies, user research, workflow analysis, architectural design, 3d-visualizations, graphics, renderings, software performance.

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