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Cogapp

Cogapp Ambitious projects using digital media to enrich people's lives

Cogapp
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We work with clients on ambitious projects that use digital media to enrich people's lives.

Our clients come from a wide variety of sectors including museums, culture, media, sports, charity, government and commercial.

The common theme that unites our work is the use of digital media to enrich people's lives. Whether it is providing global access to great art, providing online support for people in difficult life situations or inspiring them to get involved with a global sporting event, if it is ambitious to use digital media to enrich people's lives we are proud to work on it.

We operate from a headquarters in Brighton and an office in New York.

Founded in 1985, we have worked with almost every digital media technology from the floppy disk to the iPad. Current projects include websites, interactive installations and mobile apps.

As well as delivering projects we also advise, design, consult and provide maintenance and operating services.

Many companies do similar things. What sets us apart is our experience of delivering large-scale projects with a corresponding, often international, impact.

To make this possible, Cogapp provides a complete service. We have experienced in-house teams for production, design, technology and user experience. Our in-house skills cover the vast majority of our clients' requirements, but where needed we can call on an extensive network of associates.

Cogapp's clients include world-leading public organisations on both sides of the Atlantic, notably London 2012, Qatar Museums, the British Library, MoMA, Manchester United, Dorling Kindersley, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Contact Cogapp

Contact:
Alex Morrison, Managing Director
Website:
www.cogapp.com
Email:
bizdev@cogapp.com
Telephone:
01273 821600
Address:
Lees House, 21-33 Dyke Road
Brighton
BN1 3FE

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