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Reader's Corner No. 39: Communication Breakdowns, The Manifest Podcast, and Color Accessibility Workflows

August 21, 2017

Though probably not as exciting as the eclipse, we have some articles to share with you this week! We are covering communication breakdowns, The Manifest podcast all about package managers, and color accessibility workflows.


Reader's Corner No.38: Federal Court Rulings on Social Media Blocking, the World 10 Years Ago, the Future of Photography, and Part 4 of 5 on Managing Multiple Projects

August 7, 2017

This week we are sharing about unprecedented Supreme Court rulings regarding social media, the world 10 years ago, the future of photography and distribution for artists, and continuing with part 4 of 5 on managing multiple projects.


Reader's Corner No. 37: Book Clubs, Managing Multiple Projects Part 3, and Passwords Evolved

July 31, 2017

This week part of our team is out at Drupal GovCon 2017, in Bethesda, MD, and a few others are enjoying a nice vacation. Even with the busyness, we want to make time to share a few articles with you! We have been reading about book clubs and shared group knowledge, part 3 of 5 on managing multiple projects, and passwords evolved for the modern era.


Reader's Corner No. 35: Pokemon or Big Data, Accessibility Review from those with Disabilities, 5 Common PM Mistakes, and AIGA Design Inspiration

July 10, 2017

This week we are back in full swing after the holiday, and sharing some of our favorite articles from the week. We are covering keeping up with new technology, accessibility according to people with disabilities, 5 common project management mistakes with multiple projects, and AIGA design inspiration.


Reader's Corner No. 34: Google's Visit and Click Data, Dead Butterfly Drawings, Culture and Typography, and Gil v. Winn Dixie Stores Inc. Accessibiilty Case

July 3, 2017

Happy 4th of July! While most of our office is out of town celebrating the holiday, we wanted to make sure to share some of the interesting articles we've been reading. This week we're talking about Google's visit and click data, how to draw realistic butterflies, a blog about culture and typography, and about the recent website accessibility case - Gil v. Winn Dixie Stores Inc.


Updates: May '17

June 16, 2017

The weather is heating up in North Carolina; summer tends to show up early here. At DesignHammer, the heat and humidity cannot slow us down. We are kicking off the summer months with four Communicator Awards granted by the AIVA, prepping for summer conference presentations, developing new client projects, and supporting our local eateries (one of our favorite pastimes, yum!)


Reader's Corner No. 31: Why Well-Planned Projects Fail, A Year of Google Maps and Apple Maps, Trump's Twitter Blocking and the First Amendment, and The Complete List of Google Penalties

June 12, 2017

After a busy week full of conferences, we are glad to all be back in the office together. We have a great variety of articles to share with you this week. The topics include: why well-planned projects fail, a year of Google Maps and Apple Maps, Trump's Twitter blocking and the First Amendment, and the complete list of Google penalties.


Reader's Corner No. 30: iOS Reach Navigation, Deleting a Google My Business Listing, Effective Brief, and Hacking Yourself

June 5, 2017

This week is full of presenting and attending conferences, and we look forward to all the new ideas and fresh perspectives. Keep a look out for those insights next week. We have some interesting articles to share with you from last week, including: iOS each Navigation, deleting a Google My Business listing, effective briefs, and hacking yourself.


Updates: April '17

May 31, 2017

Spring is now in full swing at DesignHammer. We continue to work hard solving client problems, though are also happy to get out of the office and meet clients, vendors, and prospects at conferences around the country. We have been making submissions to awards, and hope to have some good news in upcoming issues. We even survived one of our local teams winning the NCAA Final Four.


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