Special guest Roman Gorshkov of Kettle Collective and The Brief joins the podcast to talk about the reasons why they have invested in the development of The Brief (links below) in an effort to help their developer clients visualize the numbers of the project in more meaningful ways some of which include enhancing the decision-making process and to aid in making design changes less painful for the people doing the work on the project. We also talk about how Roman got his start in design technology with Rhino and Grasshopper and was inspired along the way by tools like City Engine, and how and why he went the route of using Unity as a development platform to ultimately put The Brief on iPads. And finally, we talk about a few apps on iPad that round out a useful design-centric ecosystem.
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