Learn. Teach. Read. Publish.

We help our clients make digital products for readers, students, teachers, school administrators, booksellers, and book buyers.

Learning and Teaching

Start with learning to read. Then you can learn anything. We help you make a difference for teachers and students, in the classroom and at home. We understand the challenges in ed-tech and we’re ready to help.


Create new ways to read books, discover books, share books, and sell books. We build data services and applications that connect your content to your users.


We understand content management, ePubs and EDUPUB, tagging InDesign and InCopy, metadata, taxonomies, automated workflow, and tools for distributed editorial teams.

We start from content. We focus on users.

We build products that support teachers with effective classroom tools. We make apps that help people find and read their next book. We help students read the right book. We build tools to track and assess reading progress.

If your mission is reading, learning, and teaching, then our engineering team wants to work for you.

Our mission is to help you build digital tools for reading and learning that are fun,  effective, and ready for scale. Let’s get started.

We are Atomic NYC

Atomic engineers are committed. We've seen our work in action, so we know that it matters. Since we're committed, Atomic engineers are resilient. We overcome problems and find a better way. Since we know how much our work matters, Atomic engineers are serious. We don’t waste our time, or yours. Atomic engineers are also fun — if by “fun,” you mean being committed, resilient, and serious. ;)

Meredyth Meredyth
Adjoa Adjoa
Chrissy Chrissy

A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James (Riverhead)

Jason Jason
Andrey Andrey

Guapa by Salem Haddad (Other Books)


Just Kids by Patti Smith (Ecco)

Mark Mark

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari (Harper)


Up in the Air by Walter Kirn (Anchor)

Jeff Jeff
Justine Justine
Felix Felix

Avid Reader by Robert Gottlieb (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)