Category: Tools and Techniques

Squashing Art Into Tiny Boxes

Imagine squashing a glorious Rembrant into a matchbox. A horrible thought! But when we display works of art in tiny …

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Media Management for Your Museum WordPress Website

Here at Cuberis we’re big fans and practitioners of WordPress. But admittedly, one of its weaknesses is how hard it …

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Story-Empowered Website Platforms

Museums are chock full of stories. Every object in your collection is there for a reason. There is so much …

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Museums and Mega Menus

Museum websites are chock full of content. Not only do they offer standard business information such as location, contact, and …

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Do it Yourself Tips to Improve Your Museum’s Website

One of the guiding principles we followed, in developing the new Cuberis framework for museum websites, is a focus on …

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Make a Virtual Audio Tour with Google Tour Creator

NOTE: Since this article was publish Google announced that it would be sunsetting their Tour Creator. Here is a link …

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Creating Museum Resources For Home, From Home

How do you keep your school-aged children engaged with learning while schools are closed? This is the question millions of …

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A Case Study of Deep Zoom with OpenSeadragon

In recent years, museums have made great strides to seamlessly integrate their collections with their existing websites. Cost-prohibitive technical limitations …

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MuS.E.O. Search Engine 101 for Museums

It’s probably not an overstatement to say that search engines have entirely changed the modern world. I recently made an …

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Your Museum’s Long Tail: Content that Extends Your Mission’s Reach

a curious thing happens when you make an effort to add more and more content to your museum’s long tail. The tail grows longer and longer, and over time, when you tally the views from the multitude of niche pages, the total will dwarf the traffic of the few pages at the head.

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