Landscape Architecure and Engineering Apps Revisited
It seems like everyday, more and more new apps are given birth and it's hard to keep up! We are trying to update this post as we find more useful apps for landscape architects. Please let us know if you have any more suggestions and check outour first post with more apps that are useful for landscape architects.
If you don't use Houzz or Pinterest already, both are great websites to use if you are looking for design inspiration, especially when choosing materials. What has impressed me the most about Houzz, is that if you ask a question about the design (like, "what kind of stone is that?"), the designers themselves and others are quick to chime in. Pinterest is unique in that you can share your "pins" with your friends on facebook.
iTunes U- Design, Architecture and Landscape Architecture University Lectures
Although not an app, iTunes U has a wealth of available lectures from a myriad of universities and departments. Some of our personal favorites include the intro design course at NC State with Dean Malecha, Design Thinking, UC Davis's Design as Activism, and Anne Whiston Spirn's lectures at MIT, Sensing Place.
"Snap a screenshot in google earth, bring it into procreate, sketch on it, then put it right into a presentation. Uses stylus, via adapter, and costs minimum of 1.99 for procreate (sketchbook pro works too)"