Museum of Work and Culture workshop

The interpretive planning team at the Nathaniel P. Reed Visitor Center

Big Cypress National Preserve planning with Goolrick Group

The Providence Journal

Mills Along the Blackstone Valley media screening

Director Suzanne Buchanan conferring with designer Ed Malouf on the plans for the Hingham Heritage Museum

Hingham Historical Society workshop

Picture of a meeting

Plymouth 400 traveling exhibit workshop

Mystic Scenic Studios

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Vault project

Paynes Prairie Preserve Visitor Center team

Founded in 2010 by Edward Malouf in partnership with Carol Lieb, we provide the highest level of interpretive development and design for science and historical content-based exhibits. These may be in visitor centers, museums, historic homes, or natural or historical sites. Indoors or out—our mission never changes. Draw visitors into what is important and compelling about our client's collection and story.

As our name suggests, we team with institutional directors, board members, and subject matter experts to fulfill the expectations of the project. From there, we bring the resources to bear, such as illustrators or media experts, to implement this vision.
Content•Design takes on the leadership role required to ensure the project's timely completion within the established budget. We manage this process by documenting decisions made through timely meeting summaries and continual updating of the project schedule and budget.

Interpretive exhibits are complex—they involve research and testing new ideas. As a result, the final product often has a 10 to 20-year lifespan; the journey to opening day may be a winding road; Content•Design is your guide.

Contact information

Content•Design Collaborative LLC

433 Country Way

Scituate, MA 02066



Edward Malouf


Carol Lieb


Mayan artifact