Forge is listening to customers year-round through a variety of channels to understand what you think about Forge today and to help influence future directions. At Autodesk University later this month, there are several opportunities to connect with Forge and give us feedback on early-stage ideas and future directions.
Here's a quick list of what's available and who we are looking for. Clicking on the signup link for each research study will take you to a short survey. Tell us a bit about yourself and someone from the Forge team will be in touch to schedule an appointment for a one-on-one or group conversation based on your availability. Note: some sessions may be unavailable in your time zone or language of preference; expressing interest is not a guarantee of participation.
To participate in any of these sessions, you will need to be registered for Autodesk University 2020. Register for AU
Envision custom visualization solutions using Forge Viewer
Description: Share your experiences building custom visual applications for 2D/3D design data, or building applications that require open file/data formats, granular data access, real-time visualization
Who we're looking for: You're a developer building applications using Forge Viewer or you're interested in building custom visual applications for 2D and 3D design data
Early feedback: Localization for your Forge solutions
Description: Have you had to share drawing files with colleagues and needed to translate text within the file? Join us in this feedback session where will explore early ideas to address issues around localization.
Who we're looking for: You work with team members in facilities outside of your country, who need your drawing files in other languages
Forge Futures Workshop: Developer Experience, Autodesk Viewer
Description: Join us to get a preview and give feedback on several future concepts in Forge! Hear a short description of a few early-stage concepts and give us some quick feedback.
Who we're looking for: You are a developer using the Forge platform or have experience developing apps using other API platforms. Or, you are a designer/engineer/admin who uses a web-based viewer for 3D files (example: the Autodesk Viewer).
Data Exchange Workflows for Revit, Inventor, and Excel
Description: Help us improve interoperability in our products and data by giving feedback on some early-stage concepts
Who we're looking for: You're in AEC (Architecture, Engineering, Construction) or Manufacturing and use Revit or Inventor
Common Use Cases for Forge APIs
Description: See a preview and give feedback on Forge APIs grouped by function, by workflow, or by common developer use case in order to increase developer speed and ease of use.
Who we're looking for: You're a developer using or interested in Forge
Forge Developer Listening Session
Description: Tell use about about your experience building applications with Forge: what's good, what's difficult, and all your ideas for how it can improve.
Who we're looking for: You're a developer using Forge
Ready to share your thoughts and help shape the future of Forge? Make sure to look for these customer research activities as part of the Idea Exchange during our all-digital Autodesk University from November 17-20. You can save your spot and learn more about our content lineup here. There’s no cost to attend.