OPERS.org Responsive Redesign

You may have noticed that OPERS.org has undergone some changes!

These changes were made to provide our members and employers with an improved website experience, and to ultimately make OPERS.org responsive.

The newly responsive OPERS.org website will now look and perform much better across a wide range of devices, including desktops, tablets, smartphones and everything in-between.

We've put together a short video to introduce you to the changes:

What's changed?

Our goal with this redesign was to make OPERS.org a better informational resource for our members. In pursuit of that goal, several aspects of the website have been improved:

OPERS.org home page

The homepage of OPERS.org has been redesigned to be an informational hub, with the latest featured articles and easy access to the main areas of the website.

The new layout allows us to keep the latest OPERS news right at your fingertips.

Navigation/Organization

This was also an opportunity to reorganize the site's content, making it easier to find what you are looking for.

Users can now quickly and easily jump to their specific group's content via the "Members", "Retirees" and "Employers" sections on the navigation menus. Likewise, groups can quickly find the forms, publications, and information about OPERS they need in the same way.

Mobile Friendliness

OPERS.org will now reorganize itself to the size of the device you are using. This means that you'll be able to find important OPERS updates and retirement information just as easily on a smartphone as a desktop computer.

On a smaller device screen, the navigation at the top will collapse into a menu, which a user can access in one of two ways:

This collapsible menu is where you'll find the OPERS.org content, the account login buttons and the new and improved search bar.

A better website to better serve our members

We hope the new site design will be useful to you in learning about and preparing for your retirement. Be sure to check back for up-to-date news and information about Ohio PERS!



Now that OPERS.org is responsive, it will display equally well on desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones