Object styles subcategories. Line patterns. Fill patterns. Text notes. Fonts. Dimensions. Arrowheads.
These are just some of the many types of Revit styles used to maintain consistency in BIM models. Managing styles is important to:
- Streamline model and family content
- Keep file size to a minimum
- Navigate Revit models more easily
- Make informed decisions on which Styles to use
- Improve file performance
- Prevent file bloat
- Open, save and reload latest faster
- Keep project and company standards in alignment
Unfortunately, the style management process within Revit can be time consuming and difficult to manage manually. Fortunately, it’s easy with Ideate StyleManager.
Here’s a link to the recording of our webinar where I discuss and demonstrate the power of Ideate StyleManager.
This session was also presented in Asia Pacific and European time zones on April 6 and April 7. The content of this North American recording is the same except for the specific attendee questions asked during the webinar.
About the Author
Sash Kazeminejad - AIA, LEED AP - Customer Success Manager
Sash earned his Master of Architecture from Montana State University and is a California registered architect, LEED Accredited Professional. He has extensive experience in project management; BIM management; design for architectural firms in California, Montana, and Oregon; and leading classroom and online BIM training. He provides consulting, sales, support, and training solutions to AECO customers around the globe. Find Sash on LinkedIn.