The design industry has had to go through many dynamic changes over the years to keep up with developing technologies, evolving cultures, and changing demands. In the age of digitalization however, the market has shifted towards getting products out to clients faster, becoming more flexible, and depending less on long processes. When it comes to the industry’s designers, they have had to adopt new technical and design skills in their career path to keep up with new technologies and demands.
To clarify, the shift for modern designers has moved away from print, and more towards digital design as a response to traditional media outlets’ demand for digital designers, who can help create interactive, but also easy-to-use online platforms for these outlets. Moreover, to find digital solutions successfully, these digital designers must work holistically, in a way that they may adopt the full potential of digital technology.
In turn, all of these events have led to the emergence of many design software to accommodate modern-day market demands, as well as to help digital designers satisfy these demands better. Architects also make use of such computer software to render drawings of floor plans, site plans, elevation and isometric vies, 3D models, and 3D views. In fact, the design industry has become a necessary tool for artistic, economic, marketing, and architectural expression, and has become an exciting field to be a part of that even building architects and industrial designers have established themselves as independent design professions. Overall, all kinds of designers have been able to access a huge range of digital tools and software for any purpose, but this article focuses on explaining 14 specifically.