Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is the primary Web Content Management Stystem for the City and County of Denver. As one of the City's primary marketing platforms, AEM is a powerful tool for city agencies to feature their services, programs and special events under one umbrella to engage with our citizens. With an easy to use interface and robust technology features, AEM is an ideal way for content authors across the city to provide content at a dynamic pace. Here you will learn a bit more about the system, its uses, and how to get trained or get continuing education on using the platform.
In September 2015, the migration of DenverGov.org to Adobe Experience Manager was completed and the switch was turned on. Since then, our website has been hosted on one of the most state of the art content management systems available and in turn we have been able to provide a richer experience for our constituents. Features of AEM include:
Below are some resources to help get you started with AEM.
There are six types of web templates that are used as the basis of each AEM page on DenverGov.org. Though the page structure itself can be modified with column controls, the essential templates are as follows: