We have an extensive list of clients from a wide range of industries.
In pursuing their mission, The NC Center for Nonprofits was relying on an antiquated Drupal 6 site, which included a very complicated Salesforce integration that no longer functioned correctly. We migrated content from the old site 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.
The festival schedule is a critical part of the attendee experience but it didn't work well on mobile devices. We redesigned the site to make it a great experience for everyone.
We helped Investors Title provide clean and consistent websites for their agents using Drupal's multi-site capability.
FIT's previous website design was too complicated and outdated to represent their mission to simplify IT and support mobile users.
Drupal 6 hit end-of-life and Countertools needed a new site that was secure and easier to maintain.
We build a custom survey and participant management system for the Healthy Homes / Healthy Families environmental change intervention.
We built a new website on WordPress 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.