Cuberis is a boutique, museum-focused, front-end website and content strategy firm.


You work directly with principal talent as your project moves through each phase of strategy, design, and development.

CUBERIS IS A BOUTIQUE FIRM. That means you interact directly with principal talent. Strategy begins with Nick Faber, our Director of Content Strategy. Sean O’Shea leads information architecture (IA) and user experience (UX). As we transition into visual design, our Creative Director Ray Parrish takes over. Robert Povelones, Lead Developer, works with you as he brings the site to life. Once your site goes live Andy Marino oversees support and maintenance.

Our boutique approach is carefully coordinated with robust systems and procedures, as well proactive communication. To ensure smooth and successful projects. Andrea Vaughan, our Project Coordinator, is a consistent point of contact throughout projects to confirm schedules, dates, meetings, and to direct inquires to the right resources both during and after project completion.


Our front-end focus avoids the long-term costs and liabilities of custom code.

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CUBERIS IS A FRONT-END WEB DESIGN FIRM. We employ best-in-class, vetted, supported, and tested technologies—rather than treating our projects as opportunities for technical experimentation. We will not use our projects, or our clients’ budgets, as opportunities to play with gadgets, or invent uni-task systems, when there are so many excellent toolsets available today.

As a front-end firm, we avoid custom code whenever possible. Not only because of the high cost of custom code, but because museums rarely plan for the long-term costs of ownership of maintaining custom code. While we avoid custom code, we do build highly customized sites. Our commitment to front-end design and development takes discipline, and careful research, but we want to maintain our status as trusted advisers to our clients, and always honor and respect their limited resources.

Content Strategy

Design and content management exist for content. So it only makes sense to start your project with a robust content strategy.

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CUBERIS DESIGNS FOR CONTENT. This is not a unique claim. In fact it is the basis for all good design. Form follows function. But so often in web design and development layouts are crafted and systems are built on very general content parameters. Your museum’s website can be so much more powerful when it’s built for and upon a fully articulated, cross-department, and long-range content strategy.

That’s why Cuberis offers museum content strategy services for any and all museums (whether or not we’re engaged to build a website). Especially since strategic content planning often needs to precede a museum’s final website redesign by months, if not a full year, before engaging in the full design and development process.

Meet The Cuberis Team

Eric is a long time digital and content strategist. He helps our museum clients shape mission-driven digital strategies that respect their ever-tightening operational budgets by cutting through the clamor of an ever-increasing set of digital possibilities–to find opportunities that fit both museum missions and their margins.

Eric Holter


Ray founded Cuberis in 2003. Since then he has provided creative direction to our team for all projects. Ray shapes each creative role from UX through design and development to ensure that each and every project is carefully considered–from the homepage down through the smallest details of site design.

Ray Parrish

Owner / Creative Director

Nick specializes in developing strategies that allow our clients to tell their stories and connect with their communities through meaningful content. He believes that the stories from your museum’s collections can be powerful tools that link organizational goals to audience expectations and provide value to both parties.

Nick Faber

Director of Content Strategy

Equal parts strategist, designer, and engineer, Sean stays immersed in digital projects throughout their lifecycle. Whether he’s creating and leading stakeholder exercises, or architecting user interfaces, his north star remains the same: craft beautifully functional digital experiences for museum audiences.

Sean O’Shea

Lead UX and Strategy

As Project Coordinator, Andrea is the bridge between the Cuberis team and all client contacts. She keeps track of project schedules, directs inquiries, and writes blog posts based on the research and observations she’s made from her time spent interacting with museums and cultural institutions.

Andrea Vaughan

Project Coordinator

As our lead designer, Jayson synthesises all of the strategy, UX, and functional specifications, along with client input, and translates them into their final visual expressions. Jayson’s trained designer’s eye is matched by his attentive ear to critical client input and feedback.

Jayson Morse

Lead Designer

Robert loves transforming beautiful designs into dynamic and engaging web experiences. His background in design, management, and customer relations allows him to guide our clients through the challenging details of sophisticated museum websites–by building intuitive interfaces that make the complex simple.

Robert Povelones

Lead Developer

In addition to original primary website development, Andy works with our clients to provide proactive website support and ongoing maintenance. Andy’s attention to detail and genuine concern for website stability and accessibility enables him to provide our clients with long-term site security and usability.

Andy Marino

Lead Support Developer

Evan plays a critical supporting role in both our web development projects and ongoing maintenance. He is our go-to guy for WordPress updates and security patches. Evan’s curiosity and fearless exploration of web technology fills out our development staff with insightful solutions and best practices.

Evan Bassler