Contemporary design enlists numerous powerful design softwares to generate new forms and architectures. As designers we must task ourselves with understanding these programs and their abilities such that we are controlling them- not vice-versa. This seminar course, led by Kory Bieg, was an exploration to utilize numerous softwares simultaneously on the same digital model. Over the course of a semester we delved into 3ds Max for form generation, Rhino and Grasshopper for mesh and surface manipulation, VRay for material rendering and Mudbox for additional applied effects. The project culminated in a single form that had been manipulated by each of these operations.