Upon the reconstruction of a physical space for the McDougall Center for Photojournalism Studies, the Center wanted to launch a fresh website. I started the process by conducting site use evaluations of the original website, confirming our suspicions that was difficult to use and rather blog-like. After reviewing aspects of peer gallery and museum websites, we set out to create a bold, clean design that would feature the photographic work of photographers in the McDougall Archive as well as those featured in the exhibit space. To this end, I kept the color palate and design simple in order to avoid detracting from the images. This website was part of a larger project involving designing exhibit panels, interactive exhibits. You can view the entire project write up and surrounding research on my LinkedIn profile.