Cogapp

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Cogapp (formerly Cognitive Applications) is a British company specialising in consultancy, design and production of interactive and online multimedia applications, especially in the cultural sector where it is a leader within the industry. The company was founded in 1985 and is based in Brighton, on the south coast of England. The Managing Director is Alex Morrison.[1]

Cultural information technology projects[edit]

The company particularly undertakes information technology projects for cultural organizations such as museums, as well as commercial enterprises. For example, in 1991 the company produced the Micro Gallery[2][3] at the National Gallery in London and also a similar facility[4][5] at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC from 1995. Other projects have been for the Art Institute of Chicago, Baltimore Museum of Art, British Museum, Catalyst (a museum of the chemical industry), Cleveland Museum of Art, Design Museum, Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Museum of Modern Art, New York, National Gallery, Prague, National Maritime Museum, National Museum of Women in the Arts, National Portrait Gallery, London, New Britain Museum of American Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, San Diego Museum of Art, Science Museum, London, Shakespeare's Globe.

The company set up the Kidney Patient Guide[6] with funding from the Wellcome Trust. It continues to maintain a thriving forum for kidney patients within the site.

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