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ATOMIC

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING FOR EDUCATION AND PUBLISHING

ABOUT

We help our partners build the most effective, highest-quality digital applications for students, teachers, and readers.

We work for education leaders and ed-tech startups, non-profits with ambitions for scale, the largest media companies in the world, and small publishers with big ideas.

PARTNERS

Since 1999, Atomic has built some of the most important platforms and applications in the industry. Here are a few favorites.

CASE STUDIES
APPROACH

The Atomic engineering approach delivers better products at a lower total cost of development.

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Start from Content

We believe that the most effective products for reading, teaching, and learning start from an understanding of what people want to learn, teach, or communicate. We build with content as part of our stack from the beginning.

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Focus on Users

Our mission is to achieve your goals for the users. As the engineers on your team, our work is to understand those goals, so that we can plan, build, and test for the ways real people will use your product in the classroom, at home, and anywhere in between. 

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Build with Transparency

Our team knows that successful product development is the result of clear communication about the purpose, reasons, and expected outcomes of our work. We succeed best when you can see our progress.

We help partners make technology choices that are strategic and human-centered because we understand the goals.

We are Atomic: small, fast, reliable teams that work together with you to realize your vision.

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OTTO

Content Engineer

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EMILY

Software Engineer

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RAMANPREET

Quality Engineer

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VALENTINA

Project Engineer

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VINCE

Quality Engineer

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JESSIE

Content Engineer

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KEITH

Software Engineer

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ERICA

Office Engineer

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MEREDYTH

Software Engineer

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ADJOA

Software Engineer

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CHRISSY

Software Engineer

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JASON

Software Engineer

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LAMA

Software Engineer

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MARK

Software Engineer

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JEFF

Software Engineer

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SAM

Software Engineer

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FELIX

Content Engineer

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ADAM

President

If your mission is to help more people read more books, to help students beat the odds, and to help teachers do even more, then we have an engineering team ready for you. Let's talk.

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Adam reads a book titled, The Visionaries: Arendt, Beauvoir, Rand, Weil and the Power of Philosophy in Dark Times
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Felix reads a copy of Atomic Habits: Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results
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