Today we are thrilled to announce a new brand and website for Curvenote. Our team has been hard at work over the past eight months, and for those of you following our journey, you know a lot has changed. We wanted our new identity to represent and showcase the core ideas of reuse and modularity behind Curvenote as well as lean into and embrace the dualities in scientific communication. From creative exploration to structured communication; simple and complex; individual and collective. Our goal is to give scientists and researchers the creative freedom to explore ideas, while also ensuring compatibility with scientific standards.
The Curvenote brand embodies aspects of reuse, modularity and the connections behind ideas through building blocks that provide structure and can also be pulled apart, rearranged and used in unique ways.
We believe that our new brand will grow with us over the next several years as we introduce tools and workflows to reimagine scientific communication and collaboration. We have also been giving a lot of thought to our new website, take a look around and let us know what you think!
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Mike Morrison, the designer of the #betterposter movement, is joining Curvenote on a mission to improve scientific articles.
Exporting to Microsoft Word is now a single click in Curvenote!
Introducing Curvenote Pro, which includes additional private projects, advanced publishing, and export to any professional template.
Curvenote was chosen to participate in a science & technology innovation program called Creative Destruction Lab.
Curvenote was selected as one of 8 Canadian companies with over 16,000 global applications to participate in YCombinator W21, which is the premier startup accelerator in Silicon Valley.
Curvenote is a Gold Sponsor of the upcoming the FORCE11 2021 conference.