Autodesk online survey: Would you like a native version of AutoCAD for Apple’s Mac OS X?

“I now use both an Apple Mac and a PC,” Shaan Hurley, Autodesk’s Platform Technology Evangelist, blogs for Between the Lines.

“At Autodesk we are always trying to stay in tune with our customers and the industries they are in as well as their needs,” Hurley writes. “So what does this have to do with a Mac?”

Hurley writes, “The AutoCAD product team would like your feedback and opinions in a short survey to help shape the future of the next generation of AutoCAD products for the Apple Mac OS X Operating System and hardware.”

Thank you for your interest in helping us shape the next generation of AutoCAD products for the Apple OS X operating system.

This survey is intended to gauge your interest and requirements for a new version of AutoCAD which would work on Apple’s latest operating system & hardware.

The information in this survey is held confidential by Autodesk and will not be used for marketing or public relations purposes. It will be used solely to validate customer demand for new products and services.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

-The AutoCAD Team

The first question is:
• Would you be interested in using a version of AutoCAD specifically built to work on the Mac OS X operating system?

Please take the survey here.

MacDailyNews Take: A native version of AutoCAD for Mac OS X would be an Official Big Deal™. We urge everyone who reads this to participate in Autodesk’s brief survey. You know what to do.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “RamaFan” for the heads up.]

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