The university museum’s primary goal was to enhance their digital brand with a newly redesigned website that is easy to maintain and would provide increased traffic, intuitive structure and navigation, clear cross-referencing, coherent logic, and improved search engine optimization. Their previous website, launched in 2010, was outdated, and the new site represents a stark improvement over its predecessor.
NH was in search of a solution that met all of the needs and requirements of an innovative and leading healthcare website that leveraged the latest advancements in technology, without significant investment. Our work with Northern Health involved the rebuilding of their corporate website as well as 7 other digital properties. The multisite implementation involved the migration of 8 existing websites into a single, user-centric portal that allowed citizens to find information pertaining to health services.
Building a streamlined, comprehensive digital program to create immersive and participatory experiences for fans and athletes alike. The scalable program approach gives the Council the ability to create new functionality and applications, provide consistent user experience while keeping costs in check.
The Canadian Museum of Human Rights (CMHR) had an existing Drupal web property that was functional. CMHR needed more than a basic website, with standard configuration. The museum's new accessibility mandate dictated a need for cutting-edge functionality, enabling an inclusive and immersive digital experience for CMHR's audience. OPIN was selected for our expertise in providing enterprise-level solutions for compliance and accessibility challenges.
As part of Pier 21’s initiative to increase customer engagement and website traffic, the museum wanted to create a broader and deeper user experience. Furthermore, the organization needed a tool to provide new functionality and access to information for website visitors. The museum wanted to inspire and enable Canadians to explore their family’s immigration story by integrating the Canadian Museum of Immigration’s collection with the website.
OPIN built the foundation and user interface for a scholarly collections portal that facilitates knowledge sharing in the research community. Website visitors needed a user-friendly, responsive interface to access the collections. The interface needed to be intuitive and have the capability of displaying records in a clear, concise manner that pushed the boundaries of library record design. Most important was the ability to effectively search the database while serving up the results in a meaningful and trusted way.
Building the foundations of a government healthcare portal to consolidate more than 20 unique web properties and deliver knowledge to healthcare professionals, patients and families. Insight Analysis is included with the hosting solution and performs essential security and performance audits. Acquia’s 24/7/365 support and site monitoring facilitate continuous improvements.
Sport Manitoba's websites were using a proprietary Content Management System (CMS) that was no longer meeting their needs. They needed a responsive, social website that could manage various levels of seamless content sharing between the governing body and the partner programs. It also needed to have a unified “look and feel” between the sites while respecting each of their brand elements. OPIN was chosen to provide an enterprise-level solution.