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CrossComm
CrossComm

CrossComm

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  • United States, North Carolina, Durham, Durham
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CrossComm company overview

CrossComm, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is a mobile and web app development studio that helps organizations achieve their digital aspirations. CrossComm was one of a handful of companies to launch one of the first of 500 iPhone apps on Day 1 of the iTunes App Store; we were also early adopters of the Android platform. We’ve done great work in the past for companies like Martha Stewart Living Omnipedia, Forbes, NBC Universal, and InterActive Corp.

For the past 15 years, CrossComm has provided digital and new media strategy and solutions for a variety of organizations across a multitude of industries. Whether for Fortune 500 companies or not-for-profits, domestic or international - we’ve strived to provide the best solutions as consultants and help our clients sort through the ever-changing technology landscape to leverage the next big thing in the digital space.

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Forbes Lifetime Financial Planning

Forbes Lifetime Financial Planning

Productivity
Forbes Lifetime Financial Planning

Forbes Lifetime Financial Planning

iPhone
Forbes Lifetime Financial Planning screenshot

CrossComm partnered with Forbes and their financial calculation engine vendor to create the Forbes Lifetime Financial Planning iPad app that takes in various retirement planning inputs and then visualizes numeric output in a touch-savvy, interactive fashion. The app simplifies data input by using touch-enabled sliders and selectors and collapsible fields wherever possible, then provides a visualization of the calculation results in a way that encourages experimentation and understanding. The app doubles as a news reader: Forbes retirement newsfeed articles are downloaded and cached to the app, and the end-user can share articles as well as calculation results with others.

Blio by K-NFB Reading Technology, Inc.

Blio by K-NFB Reading Technology, Inc.

Entertainment
Blio by K-NFB Reading Technology, Inc.

Blio by K-NFB Reading Technology, Inc.

Android · iPhone · Web
Blio by K-NFB Reading Technology, Inc. screenshot

CrossComm worked on the development of iOS version (and assisted with the Android port) of Blio, an e-book reader focused on accessibility and developed in conjunction with the National Federation for the Blind. While the core e-book parser technology was licensed from a 3rd party, we helped our client develop a UI interface for that displays e-books in a visual grid or list fashion and implemented the majority of surrounding functionality from book file processing to iOS platform-specific features like iTunes In-App Purchasing, accessibility optimization for the sight-impaired, and Facebook/Twitter interfacing. We also integrated a 3rd party text-to-speech engine for reading aloud book text. Finally, we built a complementary e-commerce webstore through which paid books could be purchased. Not only is the webstore responsive design-wise featuring phone or tablet interfaces with touch-savvy gestures, it is fully ADA compliant and approved for use by the National Federation of the Blind.

GoalWorthy (Beta)

GoalWorthy (Beta)

Social Networking
GoalWorthy (Beta)

GoalWorthy (Beta)

Android · iPhone · Web
GoalWorthy (Beta) screenshot

GoalWorthy started as an internally funded platform (website and mobile apps for iOS and Android) that experimented with the use of gamification of personal goal-setting and the achievements of those goals in a social manner (i.e. heavy integration with Facebook). This internal project remains a “hobby” for CrossComm as well as a test-bed for our developers to experiment with new web, server-side, and mobile technologies.

You The Man

You The Man

Utility
You The Man

You The Man

iPhone
You The Man screenshot

CrossComm partnered with the NY DOT to create You the Man, a handy tool that makes it easy to calculate your Blood Alcohol Content, along with a some other handy features. Stayed out a little long and want to call a cab? You the Man's got you covered — you can be on the phone with the nearest car service with just two taps. Play Spin the Bottle to pick tonight's designated driver, and send a shout out on Twitter to thank your responsible friend!