Once you visit, you never quite leave.

Carnegie Center for Art and History

We know how important the arts are to the community, so when the opportunity to work for a highly respected gallery and museum came up, we knew we had to do something that wasn’t just really functional but really thoughtful and beautiful, too.

Most art establishments handle websites the same way — a top section with requisite carousel about the latest event, followed closely by overt pleas for your money and your time, and then a listing of other things that are going on (plus a couple more CTAs for your time and money). Realizing how embedded Carnegie was in Jeffersonville’s cultural environment, and how important it was as a place to appreciate history and inspire artistic innovation, we decided the site ultimately had to be about the experience of visiting the Center itself — namely, a place that fostered imagination and creativity through respecting and then sharing the community’s past.