Thanks to the hard work of our team this past year and stellar reviews from our clients, DesignHammer has once again been recognized with an esteemed Clutch Leaders Award, listing us as the 2nd best digital agency in all of North Carolina for 2021.
Providing website accessibility for the visual and hearing impaired is a task that organizations tend to classify as just some technical or legal requirements that have to be met. Some organizations don't even consider accessibility at all. For Global Accessibility Awareness Day today, we want to remind everybody that when you choose not to update your site to meet accessibility standards, you are not only excluding a number of potential consumers from accessing your site, you are missing out on the opportunity to assist real human beings in their fight for digital independence.
On Monday, Volkswagen of North America staged a masterclass in how not to present an April Fools’ Day prank. Learn more about Volkswagen’s comedy of errors, as well as tips on how to successfully implement an April Fools' Day joke for your audience.
Our team is excited to announce that DesignHammer has been recognized by international B2B agency review platform Clutch as the fifth top-performing B2B agency in all of North Carolina.
One of DesignHammer's core values is to encourage our team members to embrace different wellness activities. Especially during these trying pandemic times, the team is encouraged to find time each day to get outside, get some exercise, and keep energy levels up. Some of our team joined "The Conquerer" fitness challenge in the summer, and now we are starting anew in 2021. Follow along with our journey here.
In the first of our new "Zapier Integrations" series, we have provided a step-by-step guide on how to integrate Continually (a popular chatbot builder) with Pipedrive (sales management CRM) using Zapier. Spoiler alert: it's not as simple as you'd think!
Today is World Usability Day, an annual reminder to “promote the values of usability, usability engineering, user-centered design, universal usability, and every user's responsibility to ask for things that work better.” This year’s theme is Human-Centered AI, and hopefully not the murder-death-kill machine variety of Artificial Intelligence.