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 24 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."
Lake View Cemetery
Lake View Cemetery not only wanted to develop their first website, but also wanted online mapping for their burial plots. To accomplish this, a plot map was developed and combined with custom programming, allows for easy online updating that they can control.
As a new client, the project included the development of a mobile/responsive website that integrates with the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) for property listings. The custom design and development was a complete overhaul from the client's previous online presence.
Lake Fanny Hooe Resort
A customer for 19 years, Lake Fanny Hooe Resort wanted to make improvements to their online presence and opted for a new website. One requirement was to make sure the new website worked on moible devices with a design that complements their resort.
Canal View--Houghton County
As a 197-bed skilled nursing facility, Canal View--Houghton County not only wanted to showcase their organization, but also wanted the ability to update certain areas of heir site through a content management system. Being mobile-friendly was also a requirement.
Farmers & Merchants
As a client of 11 years, Farmers & Merchants Mutual Fire Insurance Company wanted to explore completely overhauling their online presence. Revising content throughout and having a website that was mobile-friendly were their key priorities.
Having the same website for nearly 12 years, Keweenaw County wanted to streamline their online presence and introduce an entirely different design. Opusweb provided a photo-rich main page and a custom content management system for predefined areas of the site.
This e-commerce website includes custom database development for product inventory and management. Furthermore, backend programming to facilitate the integration of rates from the client's shipping vendor of choice was necessary.
As a senior community on 20 acres, The Bluffs wanted to make sure their new website was mobile-friendly. In addition, integrating their in-house electronic message board system to the website for news and announcements was important to them.