Computers are hard
Sure – computers today look nicer, the experience using them has improved, and we can do exponentially more with them following Moore’s law. But my central observation remains: computers are still hard to use.
Nathan Miller | Nov 26, 2019
Free Generative Design – A brief overview of tools created by the Grasshopper community
For over 12 years, a digital design community made up of professionals, researchers, and academics sprung up around Grasshopper.
Nathan Miller | Nov 11, 2019
Are you creating a culture that is toxic to innovation?
Why are good designers, talented technology experts, and architects leaving practice? Why won’t they stay?
Nathan Miller | May 14, 2018
4 tactics for our digital transformation
While our technology is becoming more advanced, the fundamental processes at the core of design and construction businesses have largely remained unchanged for decades.
Nathan Miller | Mar 7, 2018
Interoperability for the building industry – More wicked problems
This article is a follow up to Nathan Miller's 2016 article “The Wicked Problem of Interoperability”.
Nathan Miller | Dec 22, 2016
The success of your data strategy depends on healthy business practices
Data and digital tools are an absolute given to today’s building design and construction process. But creating a true data-driven workflow requires more than just a solid strategy, writes Proving Ground’s Nathan Miller.
Nathan Miller | Aug 22, 2016
The wicked problem of interoperability
Building professionals are often put in a situation where solving problems with the ‘best tool for the job’ comes at the cost of not being able to fully leverage data downstream without limitation, writes Proving Ground's Nathan Miller.