I’ve written before about the importance of industrial software in the modern industrial software ecosystem, and one of the key ideas behind industrial animation software is the need to create apps that are easy to install, easy to understand, and easy to use.
And yet, there’s no one set of apps that everyone can find, and so, with Industrial Animation Software (IAS), I think it’s important to create an app that’s easy to learn and to use, so that anyone can learn it.
That’s why I created Industrial Animation Suite (IAS) as a framework for making a tool that anyone with an interest in industrial software can quickly learn and use.
If you’re looking for a more in-depth introduction to industrial animation, I highly recommend that you start with this book from Digital Domain’s founder, Jason Lee.
If you’re just looking for some basic industrial software, I recommend this book by Andy Withers.
The best industrial animation apps are built from the ground up for industrial design.
That means you need to build apps that can scale well across different device sizes, or that you can quickly scale up your app to multiple screens.
To help you make that decision, I’ve put together a few key points about industrial software that I think you should consider.