ATLAS.ti Announces Launch of its New Web Site

November 24, 2014

Berlin, November 24, 2014 – ATLAS.ti’s web site has undergone fundamental changes regarding content as well as the general design and has been optimized for a unique user experience.  The premise was to develop an overall design approach that would allow visitors to find exactly what they are looking for in the shortest possible time. The website now mirrors the results of intensive usability research at ATLAS.ti and their close cooperation with usability optimization experts.

“It’s been our primary goal to demonstrate ATLAS.ti’s commitment to very powerful data analysis software that is easy to use. We already applied this very principle in the latest OSX version of ATLAS.ti, and it will be even more visible with the release of the next Windows version, ATLAS.ti 8, that will be published in 2015. By going for a very clean overall design we not only achieved visually  appealing site but also permit the user to find all the information she is looking for as quickly as possible,” says ATLAS.ti CEO Thomas Muhr.

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ATLAS.ti’s new website is responsive and thus allows users to experience it the same way on mobile devices as well as on desktops or notebooks. With its new navigation and a radical optimization of the site’s structure, the company once again underlines its dedication to constantly challenge the limits of how design and usability can be brought together.

ATLAS.ti is a leading qualitative data and mixed media software that helps researchers to systematically analyze complex phenomena hidden in unstructured data.


For more information please contact:

Moritz Micalef

Amt für Ideen

Bergmannstrasse 68

D-10961 Berlin

Phone: +49 30 68 00 78 38

E-Mail: [email protected]

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