Cuberis: WordPress Websmiths for Museums
Museum websites serve wide audiences, from the general public to students, educators, enthusiasts, scholars, and more. Behind the scenes, museum educators, curators, marketing staff, development officers, and administrators have disparate goals for this primary digital platform. At a technical level, museum websites inter-operate with specialized systems that support collection management, digital asset management, events, memberships, and donations.
Cuberis orchestrates the manifold needs of museum websites into cohesive platforms that extend the reach and impact of collections, programs, and resources.
Free Your Museum From Inflexible and Costly Platforms
Welcome to the Low Code/No Code Revolution
Cut the Cords of Custom Code
Until recently, custom museum websites with dynamically related collections, exhibitions, events, and blogs required lots of custom code. But today’s WordPress platform with its abundant supporting frameworks, plugins, and integrations can be deployed with little to no custom code.
Leave Costly Legacy Software Behind
Museums require support systems for collection management, digital asset management, customer relationship management, donor management, email marketing, and events and ticketing. WordPress plugins and third-party platforms provide a viable, flexible, and low-cost alternative to specialized all-in-one platforms.
Engage Your Communities with Automations
Dive Deeper into the Cuberis Process
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.” …
Museum Design Workshop
Every museum is unique. Each has a specific collection that no other museum can claim and the stories about this …
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 …