In addition to rearchitecting the website’s navigational structure, the project included designing custom page templates that the client would use to program the site in Drupal. We discussed the necessary components and worked to develop the user experience. The most critical sections were page templates for the digital archives and educational document-based questions. All content in these sections was loaded from two separate databases—one for the digital collections which is targeted at historians, genealogists, and the general public, and one for their educational collections utilized primarily by teachers. Sublevel pages in digital collections provided a series of topics on which users could click to access a gallery of scanned documents. By clicking on an image, users accessed a larger visual and relative historical information. Sublevel pages in the educational section also provided a list of topics teachers could utilize in the classroom. By clicking on an image in an educational gallery, users accessed a larger visual and corresponding document-based learning tools from which they could develop customized lessons worksheets to provide students the opportunity to learn from historical documents.