iOS, Android, and Web Development Studio

Building Great User Experiences Across Your App Ecosystem

15+ Years Experience

Developing custom mobile apps and websites
Fortune 500, non-profit and startup client portfolio 
In-house programming team based in Durham, NC

Technology Pioneers

Early adopters of both iOS and Android platforms
Responsive web applications that adapt to any device
Developed an iPhone app on Day 1 of App Store launch

Entire Ecosystem

Serverside back-end capabilities
Mobile/web design and development
Serving as a trusted advisor throughout

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quote CrossComm has been the best group of people to work with in my 30 year academic career at Duke University Medical Center, go far above and beyond the call of duty on projects they have worked on for me. I highly and without reservation recommend them for doing website work. quote
- Harold G. Koenig, M.D.

quote Some organizations may or may not value a vendor who thinks. In that way CrossComm has been more of a partner to us than just a vendor. quote
- Kim Conder

quote It was important for our team to partner with a mobile development agency in CrossComm that had expertise and experience in both technical project requirements and optimizing the user experience. quote
- Deborah J. Jones, Ph.D.

quote We were just weeks away from our Shark Tank episode airing and were experiencing website issues and needed help. CrossComm fixed our JavaScript and helped us setup a front-end caching service that removed 80% of our front-end load! They are rock stars and I can't recommend them highly enough! quote- Chris Cowden

Recent Client Portfolio

Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau

Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau

Web Design, Development, & Consultation

CrossComm has been working with the Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau for nearly ten years, designing a site that won numerous awards. We provide ongoing consultation and have developed several microsites and updated the main site with custom database work including user reviews of local businesses and attractions, adding a Trip Planner function, and improving search capabilities.

Columbia School of Social Work

Columbia School of Social Work

Responsive Web Development, & Consultation

The Columbia School of Social Work has worked with CrossComm for over six years on maintenance of their primary site and on development and maintenance of several microsites. We completed the development of a new website in an open-source CMS and a responsive design project which introduced a tablet and phone version of the site for students and faculty to enjoy.

Blio Reader

Blio & National Federation for the Blind

Mobile Apps

Development of iOS, Android, and mobile versions of Blio; an e-book reader focused on accessibility and developed by Kurzweil Technologies. We developed a user interface that displays e-books in a visual grid or list fashion with several features including iTunes In-App Purchasing, accessibility optimization for the sight-impaired, and Facebook/Twitter interfacing.

Forbes Financial Planning


Mobile Apps

We partnered with Forbes and a 3rd party retirement calculation web service to create the Forbes Lifetime Financial Planning iPad app that takes in various retirement planning inputs and then visualizes numeric output in a visual, interactive fashion. In addition to the custom retirement tool, users gained access to Forbes articles and the ability to cache for reading even when offline. 

cbsi Services

cbsi™ Services

Responsive Web Development & Branding

cbsi™ Services partnered with CrossComm to update their brand and online presence with a new custom developed and designed website. Built on the user friendly and open sourced Silverstripe CMS system, the new website incorporates responsive design features for a consistent but unique user experience on the desktop, tablet, and mobile platforms. CrossComm also provided a style guide for the CBSI Services team to use as the new brand standard.





Mobile Apps

RTI conducted an extensive search of developers to help them create a platform that would become one of the first mobile survey research products available in the marketplace. CrossComm created a stable, flexible and richly usable mobile app interface that keeps survey takers engaged with the platform.