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.
By now, you have probably heard about the serious OpenSSL vulnerability, Heartbleed. As of today, we don't have any information that any user data on DesignHammer's servers was compromised. That said, as a precaution we strongly urge users of DesignHammer's sites to reset their site login passwords using a strong password.
Recycling eWaste keeps items out of landfills and, thanks to one organization, supports local STEM education.
The governing body of high school sports for North Carolina commemorates 100 years of service with a new website featuring improved navigation and organization, a live score ticker and interactive school map.
DesignHammer is excited to announce its participation at the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference. The event is a three-day international gathering in Washington, D.C. for nonprofit professionals and is hosted by the Nonprofit Technology Network.
As a go-to person for help at DesignHammer, Stephen Pashby bridges many of the diverse aspects of the firm’s business.
As a member of the Durham Jaycees, Pashby was recently recognized as the go-to person for help with activities.
During the Jaycee’s annual awards meeting, Pashby was honored with the SPOKE Award for his involvement with the Jaycees and his commitment to the Durham community.
With an ever-evolving and growing business, the Carolina Theatre of Durham took on a rebranding project. “It was time,” said Aaron Bare, chief operating officer of the Carolina Theatre.
The Carolina Theatre has grown since its main stage opened in 1926: producing bigger and more numerous shows, bringing on a new CEO in 2010, and maintaining robust performance and daily film-screening programs.