A clean, minimal interface allows visitors to connect to the poignant memorials revealed in detailed images of the quilt panels in the AIDS Names Quilt Project.

The International Quilt Study Center and Museum at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is home to the world’s largest collection of quilts.

The world’s largest quilt collection is brought together in a patchwork interface where quilts can be collected, saved, commented on, and organized into exhibitions—both on-site and online.

Prominent displays above the welcome desk introduce current exhibitions and the day’s events at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum.

The art of quilting is revealed as visitors create their own digital quilts in a fun, five-step process.

A Web site and two recording booths at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum give visitors an opportunity to add their quilt stories to a searchable oral history archive.