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AEM E2E Designer

Sector: Development / Testing

Location: Berkshire

Type: Contract

Ref: BBBH60897_1584438467

Salary: Competitive

Looking for an experienced AEM end-to-end Designer for a 6 month contract, working for a leading consultancy involved in a large, complex digital transformation programme, based in the Berkshire area.

You will be responsible for translating business requirements into Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) specific implementation specification designs including templates, components and experiences. Design and build components, templates, dialogs and workflows using AEM architecture and solve technical problems related to content management.

The ideal candidate will have proven Adobe E2E design, build and support experience in a rapid, prototyping environment in the telecoms arena.


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