scientific and technical website design

Web design by CookandKaye

We offer a range of scientifically literate design and web development services focussed on the needs of the higher education and research sectors, though we also have a number of discerning commercial clients!

Two decades of web design

A scientifically literate web-design service

Custom database driven web applications

Brand and identity development

Integrated mapping and localisation

3D modelling

From the text only browsers available at the birth of the web, to modern websites using the latest standards.

Clients include leading commercial enterprises, learned societies, charities, technical service suppliers, research groups and centres of excellence.

Bespoke systems for the integrated management of sales or user information, booking data, medical records and safety information online.

Logos, icons, art-work, slide-shows and animations - a complete web design service that will give you a unique website to your specifications.

Web mapping using proprietary Google API or Open Layers mapping applications.

Bring 3D to your website with Javascript/CSS or video based interactive models.

Spiral stairway
Snake without clothes
Spirals and shadows
Each stone in its place
Finding your way through the trees
Statues in the desert

The slide show above is a development project, driven entirely by CSS, it is mobile friendly, and does not require external javascript libraries or plugins.

We offer you a complete web-design and development solution, including custom back-end database work, but also work with traditional print based designers to realise your vision online.

See our website design pages for more details, or our news section for latest project news.

Recent web development news from cookandkaye:

Electronic and photonic molecular materials website UPDATED!
spinner a European training network focussing on Numerical and Experimental Repair strategies for the human spine.
Member Newsletters allowing societies to communicate with their membership
High Polymer Research Group website redesign to html5 with a static top bar to aid navigation
DARE website the DARE project is developing new alloys for use by UK industries, to maintain their competitiveness, and reduce dependency on strategic minerals
COSHH: Managing safety requirements online for a research focussed department in higher education.

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