Building out your spatial designs in 3D can help to persuade the audience by capturing full clarity of the design intent and how well it accomplishes the project’s objectives. Visualising designs in a 3D context is extremely valuable for audiences. They might not be used to reviewing or approving only 2D mockups to showcase what the designs might look like in actual space.
Augmented reality streamlines review processes even further by visualising how the concept will work in the physical environment it will exist in. Explore how well the designs work in context, viewing them in the real world from every angle. Save costly production errors by avoiding the creation of designs that aren’t the right size for the space or don’t work well when placed in their proposed locations. Avoid trial-and-error when creating things like branding signage for convention centres, making sure it fits the physical space and is visible from all angles.
Clearly communicate design concepts in 3D.
Prototyping proposals in Adobe Dimension helps speed up the process and makes it easier for designers to do quick mockups of concepts without having to outsource expensive spatial renderings. The available tools make it easy to show multiple perspectives and different iterations of concepts. It’s also easy to continue iterating designs by swapping logos, materials, colours and more.