Rocket Matter’s New Design and Workflows Making Waves
On the eve of the ABA Techshow, we launched a new release, Atlas, a complete redesign of our user interface along with powerful new workflow tools. The positive reviews and feedback have poured in and we’d like to thank everyone who offered a kind word and took the time to write a review. Here are a few highlights.
“With Atlas, Rocket Matter thoroughly reworked the user experience—and it’s pretty great. Everything looks better, and Rocket Matter focused on enabling users to get things done with fewer clicks.” Rocket Matter “Atlas” is its Biggest Update Yet, Lawyerist.
“The new design gives Rocket Matter a modern look, with a cleaner layout, new colors and improved typography…The changes are not just cosmetic. The navigation bar has been moved to the far left and can be collapsed to increase screen real estate. A global “Add New” button has been added, so that whatever page a user is on, the user can add a new matter, contact, event, payment, time or expense, file or message.” Rocket Matter Rolls Out a Top-to-Bottom Redesign of its User Interface, Law Sites.
“Rocket Matter’s new updated user interface is a major overhaul. It looks a lot cleaner, with a good-looking, dashboard and easy-to-navigate menu system. The full-width display is designed to look good on any screen. Beyond the updated user interface, Rocket Matter announced new matter templates. These matter templates allow users to create a specific type of matter with the same tasks and processes every time.” Rocket Matter Gets a Facelift and Matter Templates, JurisPage.
“Intuitiveness can determine a tech solution’s success, leading providers to scramble to assemble user-friendly renditions of their software, searching for simplicity via sleek design and straight-forward ways to address tasks. Rocket Matter, a cloud-based practice management software provider for law firms, aspired for this user-friendliness in the redesign of its signature software.” Rocket Matter Launches Atlas Practice Management Software, Legaltech News.
Twitter (and other social media channels) were also abuzz with good cheer:
A huge thanks to our faithful customers and community of supporters. And, check out the interview we did with our lead designer about the new look at feel of Rocket Matter.