CADD has many uses in the modern world today. The uses of CADD span to almost all occupations in the world ranging from animated design to architecture. CADD is mostly used to do fine touches on a drawing or give different views of a building. CADD is used to mostly touch up or alter designs.
CADD is a computer software that is used in many ways. Sometimes CADD is used to change how something looks or to give a better view of how something looks. It is also extremely helpful in the designing process of an item, building, etc ("Computer-aided Design.").
CADD is essential to some choice occupations. Most occupations have the possibility to use CADD in the process of making goods. Whether ...view middle of the document...
They use CADD to show the placement of topiaries or playgrounds (nielsen). They basically show where everything would be placed in a park (nielsen). Once they decide on how the park would look the best the park is modeled around it, and once done the park would be open to the public.
An Automotive designer could also use CADD in his/her everyday life. Automotive designer use computer softwares to help design how a car could possibly look (nielsen). Other times they could design how some of the accessories on a car would look such as the tires, engines, or other things that could affect how the car would look (nielsen). Normally once the car is designed they use the CADD blueprints to create full scale models of the car and possibly the car would be sold on the market as a functioning product.
Civil engineers use CADD in various ways during there career. As a civil engineer, they design how bridges would look and where they would be placed in a town. Their job also is to aid a landscape designer in how a park would look and decide how to shape a town (nielsen). They use CADD to mostly place things and show the lay out of a town. Civil engineers are also responible for how many office buildings should look for a major company.
Fashion designers could also use CADD to design how clothing will look. Even though its not the typical use of CADD, they use it to have an idea of how much cloth would be needed to mass produce the article of clothing (nielsen). They would also use this to show how a pattern would change depending on the size of the clothing (nielsen). With a bigger size the pattern would obviously stretch and would need to be changed so that the pattern would look the same as it would with...