The Telfair Museums

Founded in 1883, Telfair Museums is the oldest public art museum in the South. Today, Telfair Museums consists of three unique buildings: the Telfair Academy, the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters, and the Jepson Center for the Arts. Together, these three unique buildings and three distinct collections bridge centuries of art, history and architecture, in Savannah, GA. Telfair’s website provides intuitive tools for telling the museums’ stories, demonstrating its impact and mission, and illuminating its distinguished collections.

Project Highlights:

  • Design Communicates Three-in-One Nature of Telfair Museums
  • Impact Page to Empower Development Office
  • Content Strategy to Focus Website Goals and Themes
  • Topic Focused Stories
  • Drag and Drop Components
  • Related Content to Reinforce Three-Museum Connection

“Their attention to detail and responsiveness to our needs was excellent. They were extremely good listeners – which is critical in an agency relationship and not always easy to find. They took ownership in the project and provided a creative solution to our organization. Their experience with museum website design is definitely an asset and sets them apart from other agencies. They also worked incredibly well with third party vendors – eMuseum/Gallery Systems and Altru, plus our web hosts and IT company. We appreciate that they went the extra mile in coordinating with all the different external parties involved in the website.”

Vicki Scharfberg, Director of Marketing & Public Relations

Telfair Museums

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