We have an extensive list of clients from a wide range of industries.
Divers Alert Network felt their three outdated web properties lacked a consistent brand identity and weren’t effectively engaging their audiences so we consolidated them into one modern, user-friendly WordPress website with a mobile-responsive theme.
To support independent news organizations competing to keep up with mainstream media, UNC and Google News Initiative approached DesignHammer with the opportunity to construct an online database showcasing the location of surviving independent digital news organizations across North America.
Railinc approached DesignHammer after their initial assessment project to develop a new Drupal website that provided a high-level user experience, which included clear calls to action, and consistent taxonomy for products, resources, and blog content to easily expose related content to users.
CED's existing website, built in Drupal 7 needed a redesign and their new web communications coordinator preferred a WordPress CMS.
A reputable marketing agency with limited available development resources approached DesignHammer for additional assistance with a multi-screen video presentation; intended to be set up as a promotional installation for their Fortune 500 client at a major industry trade show.
Member event demands left NetOne's web communications team without the capacity to consistently publish their monthly newsletter. NetOne expressed an interest in increasing the frequency of their member engagement activities and asked DesignHammer to assist with a revamp of their email and print campaigns.
This marketing agency's 2-week turnaround, white-label project consisted of a highly interactive quiz-style experience to be displayed at a conference kiosk. The five-question installation was to ultimately serve as a marketing tool designed to highlight the value of the client’s product.
Railinc sought out DesignHammer to conduct a comprehensive assessment of their existing website ahead of a planned redesign. This entailed detailed reporting on quantitative and qualitative information, metrics, audience behavior, and other data in order to formulate recommendations for the new site.
The NC Center for Nonprofits was relying on an antiquated Drupal 6 site and a very complicated Salesforce integration that no longer functioned correctly. We migrated content onto a new Drupal 7 site with a better-defined workflow, synchronized it with existing Salesforce data, and provided them with a mobile-optimized, responsive theme.
The dedicated Highland Composites page on the Highland Industries website did not feature the product offerings of the composites division and was therefore not attracting appropriate customers. Highland Composites needed to demonstrate their particular capabilities and value proposition with a new website tailored to their unique needs.
Duke Health's existing patient-facing website did not adequately meet the desires of their physician audience. DesignHammer set out to build a Drupal 7 site with multiple search interfaces to better facilitate the physician referral process, while also keeping users connected to Duke’s innovations on an accessible platform.
Qualyst needed a website that reflected their growth from a pure services company to one that offers services and products.