Experience Management

Server-Side Rendering Using Adobe IO

Using Adobe IO to Support Server-Side Rendering Many web applications are written using client-side single-page application (SPA) frameworks, like ReactJS and Angular. Doing so has many advantages, however, it does prevent a slight challenge for search engines like Google to effectively index content on pages and make them available to a Google search. There is […]

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Beyond Embed Component: Integrate Web Code Editor

After the introduction of AEM Core Components, custom component development has been drastically changed. In some use cases, there is zero customization and core components can be directly used for authoring. Even in those situations, the custom component is needed. It can be quickly built by extending the existing core components. Thus, the development cost […]

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How to Make Agile Iteration Possible Within Waterfall Budgeting – Part 2

In Part 1 of How to Make Agile Iteration Possible Within Waterfall Budgeting, I covered the business desire to achieve iterative development and quick time-to-market, with the reservations of rigid waterfall budgeting and planning.  I also covered pre-project and project start steps, which I believe are critically important to achieving the desired result during implementation.  […]

Agile Iterations In A Waterfall Timeline

How to Make Agile Iteration Possible Within Waterfall Budgeting

Product owners love the flexibility and short lead time of being Agile. At the same time, it can be difficult for management to adopt. Without a determinant understanding of the final product, there’s a struggle to estimate the total cost and rein in scope.  You could mark work as done within a sprint but the […]

Resources

Understanding AEM Resources In 10 Minutes

One of the strong features of Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is creating UI content using the content authoring capability with Core Components.  As contents are created, they are stored in a Jackrabbit Oak repository as resources, which is then fetched and rendered as HTML content.  When out-of-the-box content authoring components do not suit the needs […]

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Successful Project Management Communication during the Pandemic

The Covid Pandemic of 2020 and 2021 have been disruptive and challenging in all aspects of our lives, personal and professional. However, life, and work, go on. Although it may not be business as usual, in many cases we are all expected to continue as if it is, well, business as usual! There are three […]

Leading The Planning Process

Two Commerce Tips to Kick Off Your Q2 The Right Way

Well, we made it – Q2 is here and if you’re reading this article, that means you likely work in the ecommerce space and Q1 went from zero to one hundred real quick. When 2021 kicked off, customers and society as a whole hit the ground running as we slowly but surely start to move […]

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[Podcast] Revenue Resilience on Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

In a recent episode of Becker’s Healthcare Podcast, Paul Griffiths, General Manager of Digital Health Solutions, joins Brian Zimmerman, Custom Content Editor with Becker’s Hospital Review. Gain insights on: Why placing an emphasis on revenue recovery is often shortsighted Who owns the patient experience in a health system Why cross-functional perspectives have become more important […]

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What Did You Expect? Delivering Experiences that Meet Customer Expectations (Part 3 of 3)

Part 3: Delivering on Expectations Are you ever unsure of what your customers want? Would knowing what they expect help you drive business outcomes? If this sounds like you, read on as we explore the art and science of expectations in the wrap-up to this three-part series. Our story so far has explored the gap […]

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What Did You Expect? Delivering Experiences that Meet Customer Expectations (Part 2 of 3)

Part 2: Keeping Up with Changing Customer Needs Are you ever unsure of what your customers want? Would knowing what they expect help you drive business outcomes? If this sounds like you, read on as we explore the art and science of expectations in the second installment of this three-part series. In Part 1 I […]

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What Did You Expect? Delivering Experiences that Meet Customer Expectations (Part 1 of 3)

Part 1: The Expectations Gap Are you ever unsure of what your customers want? Would knowing what they expect help you drive business outcomes? If this sounds like you, read on as we explore the art and science of expectations in the first of this three-part series. In marketing and design circles we often measure […]

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Introducing Microsoft Viva, a new Employee Experience Platform

Microsoft recently made a massive announcement about their new Employee Experience Platform (EXP), Microsoft Viva. This is Microsoft’s first experience platform that empowers you and your colleagues to feel connected, supported, and able to put your best foot forward at work. In today’s blog, we’ll discuss what Viva is, its various components, and when you […]

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