The James G. Martin Center's outdated website was built on a custom CMS that was difficult to use. DesignHammer migrated the Center's content to a WordPress website with an improved design, better mobile support, and more flexibility.
Using a third party hosting and dynamic website builder limited the ability to add new features and advanced user interaction. We built a new WordPress site for NCACT that was much easier to use and maintain.
When Drupal 6 hit end-of-life SAMSI wanted to update the site's look to be more modern and to migrate their content to a less structured CMS and have more flexibility in how content is presented.
CEO Roundtable on Cancer operates three Drupal websites, each built by different developers. DesignHammer created a common theme to provide cohesion and unify branding.
Highland Industries' Django-based website was approaching the end of it's support window. DesignHammer planned and executed a project to upgrade the Django install from 1.4 to 1.8 while preserving existing content and modernizing the site's infrastructure.
After Highland Composites acquired Intelli-Pole, they needed to replace the old static website with a design that was more inline with with existing branding.
The previous website did not reflect the high quality and craftsmanship Interiors In Flight produces for their clients.
DesignHammer originally designed and developed NISS's Drupal 6 website in 2009. Seven years later, NISS was ready to migrate to Drupal 7 and redesign their user experience.
NetOne's members-only website includes resources and communication opportunities for an elite network of independently owned security companies. DesignHammer works with NetOne to improve usability, add new features, and maintain existing functionality.