Since the beginning of personal computer’s prevalence among the publics, there are packages of landscape design app that have been rolled out for users alike. Some examples of those design apps include: Lands Design from Asuni, Earthscapes from Visual Impact, VirtualProperty Architect from VisionScape, Vizterra from Structure Studio, PRO Landscape, Landmark, LandCADD, LANDWorksCAD, Realtime Landscaping Architect from Idea Spectrum, and CS Artisan Idea from CS Design Software. This line of software can be categorized as the main tools for professional landscape designing. As such, these apps can bring advantages for professional designers in that they come with variety of features that help with their work.
This batch of landscape design app is called software for professionals for any number of specific reasons. They require a designer to provide information in detailed manner, including one needed in documenting contract, which comprises: reports (quantity of bills and schedules), specifications, and drawings. In apps that are even more sophisticated, reports (schedules and quantity of bills) are automatically generated using the drawing’s intelligent data. Said intelligent data can be obtained from annotations (labels) that include automatic calculation of routines to derive numbers of plants based on their spacing per area as well as length.
Upon modifying (shrunk or stretched) labeled areas or length, you will see that the landscape design app will recalculate the associated labels while at the same time generate new reports (bills of quantity or schedules) about a landscape drawing. Such automation will most definitely make a professional designer’s job a lot easier to get through. It will also minimize the margin of error occurred such as when one forces himself to do it all manually without the help of the software. Today, the apps of landscape designing are also available on their lighter, mobile version for use anywhere on smartphones.