Several digital humanities projects include components for disseminating research results or involve the public as consumer or a participant. In some cases the exhibit is the project and others it is merely a portion of it or a method to show what was done. Projects where digital materials are showcased along with interpretive content, digital forms of the monograph, or where public interaction through a website all fit into this category. Tools such as Omeka and Scalar are designed for these purposes. While you can achieve similar results by building a traditional website or using a content management system (CMS) like Wordpress, these tools were designed for exhibit and publishing projects and also help you manage your data and digital materials in responsible ways.