The art and design studio of Robert Jason Cross.

Total design solutions specializing in the fields of architecture, graphic design, industrial design, web and software development. For more than 20 years Jason has been writing code, printing, drawing, making, crafting, building, and growing a cross-discipline convergence of abilities.


RJCD is a culmination of careers and education in a range of fields and interests. From programming to drawing, serigraph printing to building, a growing overlap of concerns has continued to define a growing base of design skills and knowledge. Beginning as a graphic designer and programmer, and ending with an education in architecture, Jason brings a wide range of knowledge, skills, and expertise from which to solve your projects concerns. From branding and identity to buildings and management, Jason has the tools and abilities to deliver solutions that extend beyond traditional offerings from boutique design studios.


From using software - and writing it, drawing to drilling, and manufacturing and milling, RJCD has an extensive range of skills that are ready to serve both your personal and business endeavors. With a long history of employing novel technologies and using cutting edge software, RJCD is uniquely skilled at utilizing the relationships between tools, software, and code.

  • Architecture
  • Industrial Design
  • Graphic Design
  • User Interface
  • 3-axis milling
  • Laser Cutting
  • Serigraph Printing
  • Microcontrollers
  • Python
  • Javascript
  • Web API's


RJCD offers a wide range of design and management services. From architectural design, coordination, and management; interactive development, programming, and hosting; graphic design, branding, and identity, a wide range of overlapping services allows for total design solutions across many business concerns. This allows for a single point of support and service across many sectors, a valuable asset for those who have a wide and varying layers of concern. Additionally, clients can have a range of skills available to them that are usually unrelated or unfeasible.