We are headed north to Bethesda, MD this week for Drupal GovCon, one of the nation’s premier Drupal events. Formerly Drupal Gov Days and Capital Camp, the rechristened conference is again hosted by the National Institutes of Health, this year July 22–24.
Since 2002, DesignHammer has made the Triangle Business Journal’s lists of top Internet Marketing and Design Firms, and Graphic Design Firms in the Triangle. DesignHammer was listed as #7 Graphic Design Firm, and #18 IMDB Firms for 2015, based on the number of employees.
What does a living wage mean for our community? See why we became a part of this movement by joining the growing group of accredited living wage employers in Durham, NC.
What's it like to work an internship abroad? Our design intern reflects on eight months in America learning web design skills — and trying new things!
Feeling burned out on the job? Overwhelmed by work-life conflict?
Work-related stress bogs down employee satisfaction and work effectiveness — and ultimately impacts companies’ bottom line.
Workplace flexibility gives employees more control over their schedules and work time, allowing realistic work and life patterns to fit within the needs of both employers and employees.
Ten Drupalers from the Triangle community gathered at DesignHammer to work on Drupal core and contributed modules, next coder lounge is scheduled for October 7.
Members of the DesignHammer team will speak in Washington, D.C. at the Capital Camp and Gov Days conference, which aims to engage government IT professionals in open source technologies and strategy.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association website was honored Tuesday as the Best Sports Website in the 2014 Blue Drop Awards.
Created in 2012, the Blue Drop Awards is an annual international award that honors excellence in Drupal development.
Three websites designed and developed by DesignHammer are finalists for 2014 Blue Drop Awards for achieving high quality using Drupal. The websites were deployed in 2013 and 2014 for the Carolina Theatre, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and Raleigh Rescue Mission.