Quark went live with a preview version of their new site this weekend. The new Quark web site uses very nice flash technology and has much of the same information as the old. Quark invites users to ‘kick the tires’ and let them know how you like it. The site appears to segment their product offerings for easier access.
This is the message posted on the Quark site. “We’ve been hard at work improving the Quark Web site over the past few months and now we’re offering you a sneak peek at the fruits of our labor. Please “kick the tires” on the new site, by both exploring the new sections and making sure that features that you’ve come to rely on still function as you expect them to. The old site will only remain up for a limited time, after which we’ll convert www.quark.com to the new site, now located at wwwng.quark.com.”
Quark Inc. (www.quark.com) is a leading developer of tools and technologies for media-independent publishing. Quark has been providing award-winning software for professional publishing since its flagship product QuarkXPress changed the course of traditional publishing. Today, as its software is used by more than two million customers around the world, Quark is developing the next generation of tools to let publishers create and manage content flexibly so it can be delivered anywhere at low cost. Founded in 1981, Denver-based Quark Inc. is privately held.
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