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As the North American distributor for AIRMAN and Grid To Go, ANA required a complete website overhaul that accurately reflected their operation both visually and functionally. The modern and creative new design meshes well with easy-to-find spec sheets and manuals.
Portage Township wanted to make the transition to a mobile-friendly website. We were able to transition them from their old site to the new while still retaining the functionality that allowed them to manage meeting minutes and township news & announcements.
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 mobile devices with a design that complements their resort.
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.
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.
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.