We have the secret code.
Do-it-yourself template-based websites don’t always pan out as they should. This is why we still custom program, or code, our clients’ websites. The result? A custom website that functions the way you intended, allowing you to manage areas of content without the hassles of those do-it-yourself platforms. All at a fair price.
Did you know...
In 1996, our business name came from using the "Shift + F7" function in Microsoft Word? The combination of those two keys activates the thesaurus feature. At the time, the synonym "opus" came up as an alternative to words we had typed in such as "creation," "work," "composition," etc.
The partnership was formed in 1996 on the premise of focusing exclusively on web development. We have remained true to that premise since.
In 26 years, we've seen and done a lot! Experience counts and we pride ourselves on passing along that experience as expertise to our clients.
When originally formed, the business name was Opus Web Technologies. The word "opus" is a synonym for "creative," "piece of work."
For the past 19 years, Houghton County has relied on Opusweb for their website. In this latest iteration, transitioning to a mobile-friendly site was the biggest priority. Second, a completely new user interface allowing content to display more effectively.
The Ontonagon Rural Electrification Association was previously using a WordPress-based website which they found difficult to maintain and utilize for content. Custom photography and a far more invigorating user interface completely revamped their online presence.
Superior Snowmobile Club
The Superior Snowmobile Club wanted to move forward with a website platform that allowed them to manage specific content and to accept online memberships. In addition, establish a relationship with a local company for reliable ongoing support was important for the club.
As the CLK Schools website was recently redesigned, we were able to transition it to a mobile-friendly site without starting from scratch. Certain news/highlights sections from their new foundation website were able to be carried into the district site for an integrated look and feel.
Transitioning from their previous website was twofold. An entirely new design was necessary but they also needed to be introduced to mobile functionality. The new site continues to do its job but in a new format and allows for content management where necessary.
As a new client, Grant Township wanted to get away from a WordPress website that they were having difficulty managing/working with. We were able to provide them with custom content management areas allowing them to easily add necessary content to the website when needed.
City of Hancock
After 12 years with the same website, the City of Hancock requested a complete overhaul. Priorities for the project were ensuring their new website would be mobile-friendly and making sure their existing custom content management capabilities would remain intact.
The township's biggest priority for their project was to get out of the WordPress-based website they previously had, and into something far more easy to manage on a regular basis. In addition, a brand new mobile-friendly interface/design was developed.
our mainstay has only been web development. 26 years later, we
are still here.
That speaks volumes.