This blog is focused on Adobe Experience Manager. It will cover management and maintenance of websites that use AEM, deliver authoring tips, development workarounds, server tweaks, Adobe Marketing Cloud product integrations, and anything else related to leveraging Adobe Experience Manager to its full potential.
Through blog posts, podcasts, screenshots, videos, and narrated screencasts, this blog aims to be an invaluable resource for anybody who works with Adobe Experience Manager. The content of this website is produced by the members of our AEM development team and other Business Practitioners on staff at Axis41, most of whom carry the certification of “Adobe Certified Experts” in AEM.
Axis41 is a digital marketing agency specializing in both creative design and technical development/implementation. Axis41 works with many content management systems including Adobe Experience Manager (AEM – formerly CQ) and has received the Adobe Specialization. With a team of more than 30 who are AEM implementation experts – having received varying Adobe Certified Expert certifications as Business Practitioners, Developers, and Architects – Axis41 has implemented and maintained dozens of internal and external Adobe websites, as well as provided expertise in AEM implementations for Stanford Health Care, Stanford School of Medicine, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Lampo Group, O.C. Tanner, Zions Bank, Clear Path, Browning, CMO.com and AT&T (with their ATG and AEM integration). As well, we offer an AEM Managed Services team including System Architects and Administrators who specialize in AEM cloud hosting with AWS.
Peter has been a Technical Project Manager in the web development industry since 2006, specializing in Adobe Experience Manager for the last three of those years. Peter serves as the Editor In Chief for this blog.
Joey has been a Software Developer and Systems/Server Administrator since 1999, specializing in AEM for the last two years. Joey serves as the Chief Technology Adviser for this blog.