HMG is proud to play an integral role in the partnership between the acclaimed rock band, Blue October, and the award-winning song game, Spontuneous, in helping to draw consumers in to enter the ticket giveaway to attend a free Blue October concert!
Posted on Apr 27, 2016 by Jenna Meltzer
Posted on Apr 20, 2016 by Jenna Meltzer
This coming weekend marks the fifth annual Austin Food & Wine Festival! Experts in the food and wine industry from across the nation will be returning to Austin to share their knowledge through demos, showcases and tastings. However, there is more than just the delicious food and wine pairings that are served at the event. Here’s what you need to know about Austin Food & Wine Festival:
Posted on Apr 18, 2016 by Jenna Meltzer
Executing the perfect website is a very intricate process for web developers. There are many details that go into ensuring that every objective is met through the look and feel of the site. This is especially true for photography. While stock photography is much cheaper and still takes time to search through thousands of photos to find the perfect image to represent your company, professional photography generates a deeper impact on your audience. As experienced web developers, we always recommend hiring a professional photographer to capture the exact images you need in order to develop an effective user experience, if a budget exists. And here’s why.
Posted on Apr 11, 2016 by Jenna Meltzer
As the race to presidency continues to heat up, the presidential candidates have been strongly addressing the issues that are, of course, on the top of our minds: foreign policy, economics, immigration and health care, just to name a few. However, there is an elephant in the room that barely any presidential candidate has spent a sufficient amount of time discussing the importance of the topic. It is something that dominates every issue discussed in both the democratic and republican debates. It is the root of a spurring and efficient nation– it is the tech sector.
Posted on Apr 05, 2016 by Jenna Meltzer
As experienced web developers, we know that the heart of a great website is found in the user experience– the satisfaction that your visitors receive when navigating through the pages on your website. One of the major parts of fulfilling a holistic user experience is the readability of the content on each webpage. It is crucial that the language and visual appearance of the content is easily digestible. If a user cannot comprehend what your organization is trying to communicate, it is not as effective, which can decrease traffic and in the end, lead to a loss in revenue. If you are unsure if your website’s content is readable or not, here are three easy tips to use: