Austin, TX // Today Austin Tech Alliance (ATA), a member-supported nonpartisan nonprofit building a culture of civic engagement in Austin’s tech sector, launched a new website supporting ongoing community engagement.
ATA’s new website includes enhanced features including:
- Updated brand elements
- Updated content
- Gated member-only area
- Jobs search in partnership with techjobsforgood.com
- Effortless interaction
“To encourage community participation on the website, we are so excited to update our branding in anticipation of the upcoming election cycle,” said Sarah Ortiz Shields, executive director of Austin Tech Alliance.
Along with a cohort from General Assembly, Austin Tech Alliance spent several months asking for feedback from members, researching best practices, updating the site design, and testing functionality with members and the general public. Dan Graham, one of ATA’s founders and board members, said, “We’re eager to continue adding additional features and product offerings on www.austintech.org for our members and the public.”
Visit www.austintech.org to check out the updated website and learn more about Austin Tech Alliance’s policy initiatives and keep up to date with their progress in these areas.
About Austin Tech Alliance
Austin Tech Alliance is a nonpartisan nonprofit building a culture of civic engagement in Austin’s tech sector. ATA is focused on helping every tech employee cast an informed vote and using tech as a tool to tackle our community’s most pressing challenges.
As a member-based nonprofit, ATA has membership options for both individuals as well as companies. Company members of ATA make up a cross-section of leading tech brands, including AT&T, Capital Factory, Dell, Facebook, Google, Lyft, Silicon Labs, SXSW, Uber and numerous others.