Welcome back to the AutoCAD customer success series that asks “Can you get as fired up as these guys?” Each curated story—hosted on Autodesk’s Line//Shape//Space website—focuses on projects and people, not our software (wonderful though it may be). Our goal is to inspire, edify, and entertain you. Ready?
Neither of these AutoCAD customers had ever designed a product before. Neither knew a thing about engineering. In fact, when they began their projects, they weren’t even AutoCAD customers. Yet each dove in after spying a market need they wanted to address—and are now helping the world move more comfortably.
If they can do it, what’s holding you back? Get a move on!
AutoCAD customers achieve first-time design success with….
- e-bikes from Karmic Bikes—Have you ever thought about riding a bike somewhere but didn’t because you didn’t want to arrive all sweaty? Problem solved: Get an e-bike. New problem: e-bikes are clunky looking. And the good ones cost $6K.
- Knee-friendly shoes from EOSH—News flash: Most women’s shoes are designed for aesthetics first, comfort second—and even then only for your feet. But feet connect to legs. And shoe design practices lead directly to knee arthritis. Ouch.
AutoCAD Customer Success: The Adventure Continues….
This is the third in a series of curated AutoCAD customer success stories hosted on Line//Shape//Space. Earlier, I pointed you to…
- Week 1—AutoCAD Customers Succeed with… Sustainability Projects: Axiom House from Acre Designs; ZERO SOUTH from Drive Around the World; and South Side Soapbox factory from Method
- Week 2—AutoCAD Customers Succeed with… Humanitarian Projects: Water filtration from AguaClara Cornell Program; Construction projects from TAMassociati; and Rwanda hospital from MASS Design Group