3D Architecture Rendering: Keys to Effective Delegation
Nowadays architectural visualization has become an integral part of an architect’s routine workday. It helps the project become more effective. But if the architect decides to do it himself, or he hires a 3D visualizer to do the work, it becomes quite time consuming. Which is why most architects decide to hire an outsourcing partner.
Rayvat Engineering has been in business of providing 3D Architectural Rendering for over a decade. With our experience of working on providing a range of services like CAD design and drafting, architectural animation, architectural visualization, and much more, We have been able to figure out which are the best ways for our clients to get utmost satisfaction while outsourcing CAD services.
But then while outsourcing there are various things that an architect has to keep in mind. In order for things to not go wrong, you can have the following points in mind:
- Before giving your project to an outsourcing partner, decide what would be your final motive of gaining this 3d Architectural design Services and what would be the view that would best suit that motive. Then give that specific brief to your partner.
- Not all elements in your design need to be picture perfect. In order to save time, you can make a list of generic design elements that the designer can use from the database. That would leave the designer more time to work on the design elements that are most important and hone them to perfection.
- Some architects have the 3D rendering services made in order to use them in animations. If that is the case, you need to let the designer know beforehand. The final image resolution that is used for architectural render is different from the image that can be used for animations. Also, the image resolution required would be different for printing it. So, make sure you let the designer know what would be the final usage of the product, so they ensure that they provide the same in that particular resolution.
- Before the start of the project, talk to your outsourcing partner and ask if they have all the requirement with them before they start their project. Depending about the type of project as well as the visualizer working on your project, the requirements might change. Let them know your exact requirements and then they can then give a list of all their requirements.
- If you are working with the outsourcing firm for the first time, discuss the revision process. Have an upfront discussion about how many revisions would be done for free and how many would be chargeable and how each revision would be charged.
- Roll out the project in stages and discuss a deadline for each of these stage so you get an alert as soon as things start going slow, so you can take rectifying measures immediately.
- Discuss the payment cycle. If working with the outsourcing partner for the first time, ensure that you have at least 50% payment that you can pay after the work is complete. So you have a safety net.
- Before starting on the project, have a sample ready and ask the outsourcing partner to work on that. So, at a lesser cost, you get to see if they are compatible with your requirements and style of working.
- Always insist on written communication between your teams. If at some point you need to intervene, a written evidence would be best to know the exact status of all the things.
Rayvat would help you deal with all this. We believe in partnering with you, before we start working with you, we would love to help you out. Contact us for more details.