19 vintage photos of how people worked before AutoCAD appeared


Worked before AutoCAD: The technological process leads to the disappearance of some professions. But in the case of people involved in graphics and other types of visualization, new achievements only make their desktops smaller and smaller. The AutoCAD program was released in 1982, and by 1994 it had already been used by more than 750 training centers around the world.

Previously, graphic designers needed pencils, erasers, rulers, and much more. The photos below show how professionals in this field had to work. Today, they mostly click the mouse and use the keyboard. Take a look at how the work of a graphics developer was a few decades ago.

This is how people worked before AutoCAD appeared

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