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Web Design & Development, Multimedia Production, Strategy, App Development, Consultancy, Mobile Design & Development, User Experience

Who we are

Cogapp: building a better online world

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Founded in 1985, we have been surfing the wave of digital innovation for more than thirty years. We work nationally and internationally from an office in Brighton and an outpost in New York.

Cogapp is an independent business owned by its directors. Everything we do is governed by the following principles:

We are here to build a better online world:

- better for the people who use our work;

- better for our clients;

- leading our industry forward.

We foster a prosperous working environment where everyone who works with us can learn, thrive and do their best work.

We play a useful part in our community and help to enable the urgent changes needed to ensure a sustainable future.

What we do

In order to deliver the projects that our clients need we offer a comprehensive range of integrated services. These include:

- Website and mobile app design and development

- User experience and graphic design

- Digital publishing systems

- Advanced search technology

- Machine learning, artificial intelligence and automated systems for data and content enrichment

- Applications of IIIF image technologies

- Innovation and research projects

- Digital strategy

- Agile project management and production

All our work is done by friendly, experienced in-house staff. We have spent years devising ways to make our projects as productive, engaging and creative as possible for everyone involved. That goes for clients, core team and stakeholders, regardless of their levels of technical knowledge

Who we do it for

Cogapp's clients include prominent public-facing organisations on both sides of the Atlantic as well in the Gulf, notably the British Museum, the BBC, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, MoMA, Manchester United, Arts Council England, Hammer Museum, Dorling Kindersley, the Home Office, Liberty Human Rights, Prudential and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.