OPIN's Award-Winning Projects
Our success as a digital agency has been recognized on several occasions by various organizations. We take great pride in the frequency our client work receives industry recognition, as it is further evidence of our commitment to producing lasting value.
OPIN's design of the Prime Minister of Canada website and SOS Children's Villages website beat out 5000 competitors from 24 countries to win silver in two respective 2014 Summit Creative award categories. Other accolades include the 2015 Acquia Award for Partner Site of the Year and the 2018 Best Ottawa Business Award for Best Performance in Export.
OPIN was prestigiously nominated in two categories at the Canadian HR Awards 2019 for The University of Waterloo Best Next Generation Employee Innovation and The Ultimate Software Award for Best Workplace Culture.
OPIN was also a finalist at the Acquia Engage Awards for its ambitious intranet solution in partnership with Couche-Tard which consolidated eight legacy intrants into one centralized global platform, successfully connecting 130,000 employees worldwide.
A key goal was to get Canadians excited about science. Natural Resources Canada and OPIN took this directive very seriously and, in 2012, decided to shatter expectations by breaking a world record in the largest practical science lesson at multiple venues.
On October 12, 2012, at 1:00 p.m. EST, two experiments demonstrating the Bernoulli principle were performed simultaneously at 88 different locations such as classrooms, science centres and museums across Canada. The experiments involved a total of 13,701 participants (all of it accomplished on OPIN’s system) and resulted in a very high ROI for Natural Resources Canada.