At 3|SHARE we love getting in the trenches. And we’ll stay in there and get dirty until every aspect of a project is seamlessly executed. Yet, an invaluable advantage of working with our team is our ability to embrace the pre-implementation process. Meaning, our Adobe proficiency poises us as the perfect partner for the overall planning of your site - before any creative design is pondered. We help hone exactly how your site will be used by a customer and how best it will serve their needs. This entails crafting platform and content strategy, and a comprehensive analysis of the customer journey. While the creative design aspect garners the “ooohs” and “aaahs”, for 3|SHARE, the strategic phase is just as exhilarating.
Our designers maintain an encyclopedic knowledge regarding Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) and digital marketing best practices (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 your AEM deployment will be built on a solid UX/UI foundation. High-fives all around.
Yet, we know that you may have an in-house design team, or an agency design partner. We aren’t jealous. In fact, that makes us happy. Why? Because we know how to create a smooth work collaboration, and understand the division of work and responsibilities - it’s a process we’re well-versed in. 3|SHARE plays well with other agencies, of all shapes and sizes. We’re transparent and responsive, and we know our stuff (we refrained from using an expletive there -this is a G-rated site). The result is efficiency and cost-savings for our clients, whatever the designer/develop scenario may be.
Our design expertise lies in leveraging a client’s brand and staying meticulously true to all guidelines set forth. 3|SHARE can also deliver digital design guidelines as applied to specific Adobe technology, like say, AEM for example. This is an invaluable document that poises the client for future efficiencies, no matter what team executes the design work.