ATAK Interactive Gives E-commerce A Facelift With Custom Programming

ATAK Interactive, a Los Angeles-based web design firm, is expertise in advanced web programming to improve the user experience in the competitive e-commerce market.

Online PR News – 27-December-2009 – – December 22, 2009, Los Angeles, CA – Based in Los Angeles, web design firm ATAK Interactive ( uses advanced web programming to improve the user experience in the ultra-competitive e-commerce market.

"Everything starts with an idea," says David Ephraim, executive vice president and CFO of ATAK Interactive (ATAK). "Our development teams use a multi-phased user cetric approach in order to make websites both aesthetically pleasing and easy to use."

By combining different interactive elements such as virtual tours, full-motion videos, and flash banners, the user experience becomes much more engaging and memorable.

"Interactive flash animation elements are very useful in making websites visually appealing," says Josh Goodman, ATAK founder and CEO. "It also boosts interactivity, which ultimately keeps potential customers on your website longer."

Custom interactive interface custom programming can also be used to guide visitors toward using specific features such as direct purchasing, ordering, and contacting customer service. Search engine optimization (SEO) is vital to having a frequently visited website, and should be used in conjunction with all interactive elements.

ATAK's creative approach to e-commerce programming helps their clients stay a few steps ahead of their competition, while also helping to get over the hurdles that can come with having a successful e-commerce website.

About ATAK Interactive

Founded in 2005, ATAK is a leading specialist in online business strategy with a network of over 150 designers specializing in e-commerce, web programming, online marketing and advertising, website design, branding, SEO, and social media services. In the past, the ATAK design team has built applications for real estate agents, school districts, government agencies, retailers, etc. Currently, they are working on developing innovative ways to encourage users stay on websites longer.

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