What is Asana?
Asana is a web and mobile application designed to manage project productivity. Facebook co-founder, Dustin Moskovitz, and software engineer, Justin Rosenstein, saw a need to coordinate teams more effectively inside the social network’s operations, and from this, Asana was born.
Posted on Apr 12, 2018 by Courtney Bateson
What is Asana?
Posted on Jan 24, 2018 by Natalie Matthews
2018 has arrived—and with it has come plenty of new and exciting opportunities for the HMG team. We’ve forged new business partnerships, begun building new digital marketing and design projects and have developed big goals for the upcoming year. So what remains the same? Our recognition on Clutch as one of the best digital agencies in Texas
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. If you are looking for a web design agency, visit http://fusionvegas.com.
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.
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.