Although I don’t use Revit myself, I have had lots of people contact me asking for help with the software. So I thought I’d put together a few places you can go to get some useful information to help you out with your Revit endeavours!
Videos and Tutorials
Great site packed full of useful Revit tutorials for both the beginner and advanced. Useful tags in the sidebar help you drill down and find the topic you need help with.
Blogs and Help Sites
Blog run by Ian, an architect living and woking in the UK who loves Autodesk Revit. He writes a series of articles that help you get used to the way Revit works and ease the transition from 2D CAD to BIM.
Blog run by James, who lives and works in Idaho. Packed full of really useful Revit articles and troubleshooting – be sure to check it out.
Revit Detail is run by Peter, an Architectural Technician from Washington DC who works in Revit. His blog focuses on producing detailed 3D models and the different challenges faced. Great blog – take a look.
Do You Revit is run by Dave, and again is packed full of tips and tutorials, and general help with all things Revit. Great site.
This Autodesk Official Press book shows you how to build a four–story office building one step at a time, providing you with real–world practice you might expect to encounter on the job. Concise explanations, focused examples, step–by–step instructions, and an engaging hands–on tutorial make this book the perfect way to learn Revit Architecture.
Hopefully some of these resources will help you improve your Revit skills and help you solve any problems you have along the way! If you know of any other sites that have helped you out with Revit, be sure to share and comment below – thanks!