Website Design

Web design projects are complex and require an experienced team. A successful website focuses on the target users and their needs in organization, design, content, and technology.

A website must be equipped with an engaging and responsive design presenting itself on mobile devices clearly and user-friendly. In addition, it must have a system that allows the administrator to manage it easily. A website that meets these requirements will contribute greatly to your marketing goals and business success.

Our approach to website design:

  1. discovery: learning about your site, goals, competitors, analytics, identifying software integration, etc
  2. architecture and user experience: developing a sitemap, and wireframes that are user-friendly, user testing, identifying all technical requirements and functionality
  3. design: creating the visual design — this is where the fun is!
  4. content development: in parallel to the design, we will help you develop your content (text, photography, infographics, etc)
  5. website development: our development team implements the site based on the work in the previous phases
  6. training: training the website administration team on how to implement content and maintain the website using the content management system
  7. content implementation: importing, entering, and formatting all your content
  8. testing: reviewing the site on supported browsers and devices and fixing issues in functionality or design implementation
  9. launch: pushing the site live!
  10. warranty phase: client teams test the website one more time to ensure everything is all set

“Opus Design hits every pitch I throw at them. They are responsive, invested in our success, and cheerful, no matter how many fire drills we put them through. They work well independently on individual projects, and they have shown remarkable flexibility, discretion, and cheerfulness on large, complex projects involving other contractors. Their work on our MIT+K12 project took a dry, functional website prototype and turned it into a vibrant, engaging experience for our users.”
CHAD GALTS
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT MIT SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

Website Design

Web design projects are complex and require an experienced team. A successful website focuses on the target users and their needs in organization, design, content, and technology.

A website must be equipped with an engaging and responsive design presenting itself on mobile devices clearly and user-friendly. In addition, it must have a system that allows the administrator to manage it easily. A website that meets these requirements will contribute greatly to your marketing goals and business success.

Our approach to website design:

  1. discovery: learning about your site, goals, competitors, analytics, identifying software integration, etc
  2. architecture and user experience: developing a sitemap, and wireframes that are user-friendly, user testing, identifying all technical requirements and functionality
  3. design: creating the visual design — this is where the fun is!
  4. content development: in parallel to the design, we will help you develop your content (text, photography, infographics, etc)
  5. website development: our development team implements the site based on the work in the previous phases
  6. training: training the website administration team on how to implement content and maintain the website using the content management system
  7. content implementation: importing, entering, and formatting all your content
  8. testing: reviewing the site on supported browsers and devices and fixing issues in functionality or design implementation
  9. launch: pushing the site live!
  10. warranty phase: client teams test the website one more time to ensure everything is all set

“Opus Design hits every pitch I throw at them. They are responsive, invested in our success, and cheerful, no matter how many fire drills we put them through. They work well independently on individual projects, and they have shown remarkable flexibility, discretion, and cheerfulness on large, complex projects involving other contractors. Their work on our MIT+K12 project took a dry, functional website prototype and turned it into a vibrant, engaging experience for our users.”
CHAD GALTS
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT MIT SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING