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Top 9 Web Design Trends for 2016

Top 9 Web Design Trends for 2016

Posted on May 10, 2016 by Jenna Meltzer

Each new year bring innovations within the web design industry. This year, we are excited to see more trends for mobile and web design overlapping. Here are our top 9 web design trends that we believe will continue to emerge in 2016:

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We Won The Award of Distinction!

We Won The Award of Distinction!

Posted on May 03, 2016 by Jenna Meltzer

HMG is thrilled to receive the Award of Distinction in the website category by the Communicator Awards for our work done on the Raise Your Hand Texas website! Competing against over 6,000 entries of talented work, we are honored to be recognized by the largest and most competitive awards programs in the world.

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#4: Optimize Your Site For Social Media

#4: Optimize Your Site For Social Media

Posted on Jul 22, 2015 by Tanner Hertzog

If you haven’t already, please take a minute to read our previous post discussing our current blog series and what all you can expect to read over the next few weeks!

Value of Social Media

Alright, to kick things off, let’s get to talking about the value of social media. Words like “follow us” and “like this” are buzzwords that virtually drive the entire online world these days. If you are redesigning your website, you should highly consider the value of integrating your social media channels with the site. Don’t have social media? While we recommend you reconsider your decision, fear not: you can utilize a blog! We can’t stress enough the importance of connecting with your audience on a personal level, and the best way to do so is through social media and blogging.

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Redesigning Texas A&M’s Student Activities Website

Redesigning Texas A&M’s Student Activities Website

Posted on Feb 27, 2015 by Callie Musick

We can’t say enough how thrilled we were to take on this website redesign project for Texas A&M University. For the TAMU Student Activities website, we got our hands dirty right away by putting ourselves in the shoes of the site’s primary audience: the students, particularly – TAMU undergrads. These students needed an intuitive one-stop-shop to quickly gather information, sign-up, and manage the sections they were involved in. Apart from utility, a goal of ours was to update the overall aesthetic appeal of the site showcasing vibrant student life and activities in a way that would make students want to get involved and stay involved.

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We Won A Gold Stevie!

We Won A Gold Stevie!

Posted on Sep 15, 2014 by Callie Musick

Happy Monday from HMG!

We were greeted this morning with some exciting news from the American Business Awards and we couldn’t wait to share! Last Friday in San Francisco, the ABA awarded many prestigious companies with Stevie Awards in a variety of categories. HMG Creative had the pleasure of competing and are thrilled to announce we won a Gold Stevie Award in the nonprofit category for our work with Texas Young Lawyers Association! The TYLA “What Do Lawyers Do?” Project was an especially fun one for us as we always enjoy the opportunity to work with local nonprofit organizations.

A big thank you to the American Business Awards, and congratulations to all of our fellow winning businesses – we’re in great company!

You can take a look at our winning site at http://wdld.tyla.org, and learn a little more about how we tackled the project here:

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Cheers!

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Project Highlight: Glucology

Project Highlight: Glucology

Posted on Aug 22, 2014 by Callie Musick

Back in April we met Dr. Lisa Gorn, the developer of Glucology and part owner of garcinia cambogia, an all-natural blood sugar dietary supplement. She came to HMG Creative adjustable dumbbells with the need for a complete online web presence with e-commerce capabilities that could handle the various purchase options Glucology offers. Dr. Gorn also needed a platform to communicate with her audience and keep them up-to-date with product news and related information. Reliability, responsiveness, and ease-of-use were additional critical factors we took into consideration when planning her new website design.
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