Friday Fundamentals

Friday Fundamentals

Friday Fundamentals, our popular webinar series, is back for fall.  The sessions will take place on Friday mornings at 11:00 AM CST.

This series is absolutely free to current users and anyone else interested in learning more about SoftPlan.

Webinars will last 45 minutes to an hour offering focused looks at different design topics that will help users sharpen their skills and expand their understanding of SoftPlan’s design capabilities.

While some of these webinar sessions will concentrate on broad topics such as designing a kitchen, one of these sessions will serve as quick, hour-long introductions to SoftPlan for new users and those considering purchasing the program, while another will serve as Q&As between participants and our technical support staff.

October 28th – Introduction to SoftPlan : 60 minutes covering SoftPlan fundamentals such as drawings walls, openings, and dimensions. | SESSION FULL

November 4th – Kitchen Design : 45 minutes focusing on the layout of kitchen cabinets, editing options, and symbol selection. | SESSION FULL

November 11th – 3D Overview :  45 minutes focusing on the fundamentals of 3D, including lighting and texture assignments.  | SESSION FULL

November 18th – Q&A Session : 45 minutes of questions answered by one of our senior tech staff.


Space for each webinar is limited. Sign up early.


Friday Fundamentals | Introduction to SoftPlan | October 28th, 2016

Friday Fundamentals | Introduction to 3D Rendering | November 11th, 2016

Friday Fundamentals | Kitchen Design | November 4th, 2016

Friday Fundamentals | Q&A Session | November 18th, 2016


Friday Fundamentals | Bathroom Design | June 10th, 2016

Friday Fundamentals | Introduction to SoftPlan | June 17th, 2016

Friday Fundamentals | Technical Support Q & A | June 24th, 2016

Friday Fundamentals | Deck Design | July 1st, 2016

Friday Fundamentals | Kitchen Design | July 8th, 2016

Friday Fundamentals | Introduction to SoftPlan | July 15th, 2016

Friday Fundamentals | SoftList | July 22nd, 2016

Friday Fundamentals | Technical Support Q & A | July 29th


  1. I’m a little confused. The Notice about Friday Fundamentals on the Start Page gives one set of dates and the sign up schedule has some old and some new with different dates and times.

    I did go ahead and sign up thinking that updating the sign up schedule is something that is not a priority, which if I’m right is not very good customer service.

    Also, I would suggest not having to sign up for each class separately. Having to do each one is 1.) It would save me and everyone else precious time, and 2). This can be done easily with a program change. This would really speed things up things and get me back to working on my client’s plans.

    Thank you,


    Pat Murphey

  2. You should take the announcement off of the start page on Softplan since all of the spaces are full.

  3. I just signed up for one of your courses. The time listed was 8:45 – 10:30 Central. The classes are 45 minutes long, and the listed time is 1 hour and 45 min. What is the correct time please?

    • Marti, our free Friday webinars are 45 minutes long. Our Online Classes are 1 hour and 30 minutes long with 15 minutes sign in time.

    • Jeff, With our SoftPlan Plus program a full SoftList training tutorial DVD comes for learning. We find that some of our clientele prefer to learn with a live instructor and so offer that as an option. If you have further question please call James Henderson to discuss.

  4. The description says the seminars are at 11am CST but the sign up says 8:45am CST. What time are they?

  5. I am interested in signing up for Friday Fundamentals this summer, but they don’t seem to be on the “live online training” form for registering. A little help please?

    • You should probably start with the training content listed on the start page. Good Luck. Please let us know if you have any questions.

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