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Newsletter - March 25, 2019

Mar 25, 2019

Published in: Newsletter Archive

Land F/X Weekly Newsletter March 25, 2019
Webinar: Creating an Exploded Isometric Projection

Presented by: Paul Houchin
March 29, 2019
10 a.m. Pacific Time

Exploded isometric projections are great tools for separating the different landscape layer elements while still conveying how they relate to each other. We’ve all seen these snazzy layered drawings in landscape architecture presentations and magazines, but do we all know how to make one? Join us for a workflow demonstration on creating these graphics so you can really impress anyone viewing your project.

Land F/X 2019 Photo Contest Starts Monday April, 1
Land F/X 2019 Photo Contest starts Monday April, 1
Get your project images ready to submit! We'll be accepting entries for this year's Land F/X Photo Contest starting April 1. Any site you've designed using our software is fair game – and don't be afraid to brag about the extraordinary work your firm put into the project. Want some inspiration, or an idea of what we're looking for? Check out last year's winners. 
Power Tip: Multileader Plant Labels
Power Tip: Multileader Plant Labels
Presented by: Paul Houchin

When Land F/X users asked for Multileader plant labels, we were a bit skeptical about how feasible they would be. But our development team worked their usual magic, and now our plant labels support Multileaders (MLeaders). Now you can enjoy the many benefits of MLeaders while labeling your planting plans. Check out this week’s Power Tip for the full scoop.
Opinion Article by Paul Houchin - NSFW No Longer
The 10 Sustainability Trends that Forward-Thinking Organizations Have on Their Minds
Stantec’s Arlington, Virginia, office, serves as a catalyst for creativity, collaboration, and social interaction. The terrace allows staff to work outdoors.

Sustainability Trends: Not Safe For Work

by Paul Houchin

In this day and age, we should all know that our own mental and physical well-being is directly related to our environment. Since many of us spend most of our time at work, our health can be a reflection of our workplace setting. So, it is no surprise that some progressive companies are exhibiting new trends in sustainable practices for this territory once considered soul-sucking. This article provides a few examples of popular trends that promote sustainable practices and employee well-being.


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