Our designers and developers get along famously.

You have a DAM, site or app to build. For these initiatives, you need to enlist the talents of both designers and developers. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for one team to work without consulting the other – and this can lead to miscommunications, misinterpretations, and missteps. Which inevitably result in those nightmarish 11th-hour design changes.  The 3|SHARE thought on that traditional approach: why that’s just silly.

We believe the best possible outcome occurs when designers and developers work seamlessly together, from project commencement to finalization, to create the most effective interfaces. And this saves time and money. Our design and AEM development teams more than just coexist here – they enjoy extremely fruitful relationships. It’s quite heartwarming, actually. 

AEM experiences, by design.

Our designers, a la our developers, maintain an encyclopedic knowledge regarding AEM (you’ve heard of encyclopedias, right?). There is no ramp up time and no "I thought we could do that, but we can't. So, any other ideas?" Here, projects flow smoothly with no confusion and no lost-in-translations. From design strategy to user research, information architecture and interface design, Our teams work efficiently in short sprints, and the icing on the cake is that AEM deployment is built on a solid UX/UI foundation. High-fives all around.