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.
Cary-based video game company Epic Games, creator of Fortnite and the Unreal Engine, recently initiated a public attack on Apple’s brand image over the 30% fee taken from in-app purchases made through the iOS Store; sparking an intense legal debate that has garnered a lot of attention in the past months.
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!
Brazil is joining California and the European Union with its own "LGPD" personal data privacy legislation. Here's everything you need to know about the new law, including who will be protected by it and which organizations will be impacted by it.
This July, I got to experience my first deep-dive into Drupal culture by attending Drupal Camp Asheville 2020. The biggest takeaways for me came from the sessions on accessibility and productivity.
In the light of increased racial sensitivity, leading software companies such as Red Hat are reconsidering the inclusion of controversial jargon, such as “master/slave” and “whitelist/blacklist” in software systems, while others have already done so for years.
The Last of Us Part II is getting press as the most accessible video game ever. Naughty Dog's (the developers) takeaways from the process of making an accessible video game are also relevant to website accessibility.
The internet is rapidly shaping our future faster than our societies can adapt. Subject-matter experts weigh in on the future of the internet and speculate; have we passed the internet's golden era? If so, then what lies ahead?
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 today's Global Accessibility Day, 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.
The decision to rewrite our PhantomJS content testing pipeline yielded a dramatic 90% reduction in our content testing duration–slashing our lengthy 11+ hour testing time down to just 30 minutes! This latest pipeline development has now left us with a total build process time of just 2 hours.