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Quartex is more than a digital asset management (DAM) system. It’s also a powerful content management system (CMS), a website creation tool with which you can build multiple, showstopping websites to showcase your digital collections.
Build responsive and highly searchable websites that meet WCAG 2.1AA accessibility standards as well as your own navigation and branding requirements.
Use our visualisation tools, including digital exhibits and our interactive timeline builder, to present and contextualise your resources in engaging ways.
Create multiple sites from one account
Create bespoke website designs around your digitised materials using our gallery of responsive page elements, assigning assets to one or multiple websites.
Enhance search engine visibility
Leverage the SEO capabilities of an award-winning digital publisher and deploy canonical URLs to help your site rank higher in search results.
Favourite searches saved and bookmarked
My Account is a personal space where users can easily save assets and searches and bookmark materials for quick future reference.
[Quartex's timeline builder is] an important feature for scholars looking to narrate the key moments and objects on any historical topic.
Head of Collections and Digital Scholarship, University of Toronto Mississauga Library
Digital storytelling of a community’s past and present
The easy to use website creation tools in Quartex enabled the small team at Des Plaines Public Library to build and launch its digital collections site from scratch in three months. Since launch, the digital archive has become a destination for everyone interested in celebrating the heritage of this Illinois community.
It’s a testament to the usability of the CMS that we were able to just watch a few tutorials and read a little and make the site look as good as it looks today.
Director for Digitization and Digital Preservation Services, Baylor University Libraries
Embedding accessibility into digital collections
Digital access by today’s definition means more than simply making digital copies of physical materials available online. Learn from two academic libraries - Syracuse University and Towson University - that have placed accessibility front and centre of their digital open access programs, and how AM's UX team is using real world insights to improve accessibility within Quartex and our own digital primary source collections.