Author: Eric Holter

Barriers to Monetizing Your Museum During a Shutdown

During the COVID-19 shutdowns, museums scrambled to find ways to continue their missions while physical access to their collections, resources, …

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The New Cuberis Website Framework for Museums

Hello again from Cuberis. Our “INSIGHT: On Art & History Websites” newsletter has been on a bit of a hiatus …

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Simple, Flexible, Economical, Pick Two

When it comes to our buying decisions we all want things fast, cheap, and great. But real world economics always …

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Conquering The Illusion of Communication

George Bernard Shaw once said that, “the single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” …

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The Long and Short of Museum Blogs

Next week we’ll be in Boston for Museums and the Web 2019. Along with Sara Goss and Rachel Clark from …

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Let’s Hear It For Audio!

In this month’s Museum Digital Insights newsletter we’re going to discuss the role of audio in your museum’s content strategy. …

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Leveraging a DAMS to Publish your Online Collection

Integrating your museum’s collection with your existing website is no easy feat and at times can seem very daunting. However, …

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Anatomy of Museum Information Architecture

One of the persistent challenges of museum website design and content strategy stems from the vast quantity of content that …

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Strategic Serendipity

You might be surprised if you knew how often your museum’s website delivers impactful experiences to visitors all over the …

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Taking the Step Toward Micro-donations

Every so often I’m in line checking out at the grocery store when the cashier asks, “would you like to …

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