OmniSence

Web Design

Professional Website. Professional Business.

Overview of Our Process

  1. Discuss YOUR needs.
  2. Define Pages
  3. Define Content
  4. Discuss Desired Appearance
  5. Develop Prototype
  6. Discuss Prototype & Address Remaining Needs
  7. Finalize Your Site & Requested Services

Our Utilization of WordPress Allows for Complex Customization!

Your Website Will Include...

  • Layout of New Website with WordPress
  • Dynamic Layout with Premium Plugins Included
  • Layout Structure for Optimum Conversion
  • Testing of all Functionality
  • Hosting on Enterprise Servers for Optimal Functionality
  • Custom Theme Layout
  • Stock Images/Video for Maximum User Interaction
  • Website SSL Certificate Installation for Search Engine Visibility
  • Mobile First Implementation Design
  • Speed Optimization

Content Development

OmniSence boasts an impressive arsenal of over 450,000+ stock images and 100,000+ stock videos that we can alter to fit your needs when it comes to advertising your products & services.

Through industry, product, and competition research gathering, we can create content that is a cut above the rest. We then utilize this information in the process of creating digital media for your business in the form of graphics, images, videos, text, and other digital assets.

At OmniSence, we take pride in our ability to stay informed and keep up-to-date on technology and digital marketing trends and efficiencies.

Custom Coding

OmniSence provides custom coding capabilities with multiple forms of coding allowing for large variations in the way your website looks and functions.

jQuery is considered to be a lightweight, “write less, do more” form of coding. It’s purpose is to make it easier for JavaScript to interact with your website.

HTML or “HyperText Markup Language”, is a form of computer language that can be viewed by anyone connected to the Internet. HyperText is the method by which we traverse the web. By clicking on words that have hyperlinks that lead to other sites and locations. The “Hyper” is a reference to HTML’s non-linear functionality, meaning you don’t need to go in a specific order of links to get somewhere. Markup is referencing what the HTML tags do to the text they are attached to. They mark the text as a certain type (for example; bold). How does it work? HTML consists of a series of short codes typed into a text file by the coder, and this is known as tags. The text is then saved as the familiar html file, which can then be viewed in a browser (like Google Chrome). This browser reads the file and translates the text into a visible form and attempts to render the page as the coder intended.

JavaScript is another form of coding language that allows you to implement complex things on webpages. Javascript is behind the more animated and complex aspects of a website, for example timely content updates, interactive maps, animated 2D/3D graphics, scrolling video jukeboxes and more.

Javascript is a language that enables the user to create dynamically updating content, control multimedia, animate images, and anything else you can think of that involves interactives on a website. 
When it comes to the core Javascript capabilities, the most common features allow you to do the following:

Javascript is a language that enables the user to create dynamically updating content, control multimedia, animate images, and anything else you can think of that involves interactives on a website.

When it comes to the core Javascript capabilities, the most common features allow you to do the following:

  • Store useful values inside variables
  • Operations on pieces of text (Strings)
  • Running code in response to certain events occurring on a web page
JavaScript has a ton of potential for adding unique and strong functional aspects to a site and help it stand apart from the rest, and while we have only scratched the surface here in it’s capabilities, we can do much more when it gets down to it.

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, and is a simple design language intended to simplify the complexities of making web pages presentable.

CSS takes charge of the look and feel of a web page, controlling factors like the color of text, the style of fonts, the spacing between paragraphs, how columns are sized and laid out, what background images or colors are used, layout designs, variations in display for different devices and screen sizes as well as many other effects.

CSS provides powerful control over the presentation of HTML documents and is commonly combines with the markup languages of HTML or XHTML.

A list of the advantages of CSS:

  • Time saver- You can write CSS once and then reuse the same sheet in multiple HTML pages. You can even define a style for each HTML element and apply it to as many web pages as you desire
  • Page load times- Using CSS means you don’t need to write HTML tag attributes every time. Just create  a rule of a tag using CSS and apply it to all the occurrences of that tag. So less code means faster download times and happier customers
  • Ease of maintenance- Global changes are easy to do by simply changing the style, and watch as all the web pages automatically update
  • Superiority over HTML in most instances- CSS boasts a wider array of attributes than HTML, so you can have a page that is visually stronger than that created by HTML
  • Multiple Device Compatibility- Style sheets enable content to be optimized for more than one type of device. By using the same HTML document, different versions of a website can be presented for handheld devices such as PDAs and cell phones or for printing
  • New rising standards- HTML attributes are generally being deprecated and CSS is taking over as the recommended. This means CSS will be necessary for most all web pages for compatibility sake 
  • Offline Browsing-  CSS has the ability to store web applications locally with the help of offline catch. With the help of this functionality we can view offline websites and ensure faster loading and better overall performance of websites when online
  • Platform independence- The Script offer consistent to platform independence and has the capabilities to support latest browsers as well
With these four main forms of coding, we at Omnisence will be able to create the needed custom coding for your desired web pages that will be a strong identifier of your business and it’s professional functionality. 

Creative Digital Assets

OmniSence has the tools to create. This allows us to create high quality content for your website and create professional quality digital media. With software such as Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Lightroom, After Effects, Illustrator, and other content creation software, we can achieve that high level of quality. We know that video and other visual media is more important than ever in today’s digital marketing structure.

Custom API's

OmniSence offers custom application integration with web API to further our capabilities of getting your business into the thoughts of potential customers and business partners.

What is API? API stands for Application Program Interface, which is referencing a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. 

Examples of API’s are Youtube players, Google Maps integrations, Flickr Photo slides, Twitter tracking and trend, and Amazon Product advertisement.