A Slippery End to the Year

It was another snowy day today and it was slow-going to get into work. Since mammoth snowfall totals weren’t being projected and there was mention of just a rain/snow mix, it seemed like the counties decided that general salting would be enough and ignored plowing for most of the morning. The slippery slope that is the driveway was still a challenge without being ice covered, since the snow seemed to be slippery enough. My lack of four-wheel drive also made the commute a bit more challenging. Luckily there were no major incidents for anyone coming here past general slippage on the roads, so that was good. Also the quality work from the DDA machine can keep running smoothly today since everyone made it safely. All the programmers, designers, copywriters, animators, videographers, and more are in attendance and ready to finish off the year with a bang. That’s right; it’s the last day of the year 2009. Tomorrow will be the beginning of 2010 and the challenge of remembering to write the correct year when filling out a check.

So let’s celebrate tonight and make 2010 a great year for all of us to achieve our goals and get ahead in life. It will be back to work Monday where the new batch of projects will still be waiting to be completed. It will be a while before we see all that 2010 brings to DDA, but if history continues it will be more and more advanced, complex, and interesting projects that will impress and satisfy clients. An overview of our history and how DDA has advanced is in the DDA timeline and you can get a glimpse of all the past projects on our website.

You can visit our many Internet portfolios full of animation, custom programming, web design, digital photography, corporate video, and more. You can read our many testimonials and virtually meet our staff. You could also meet our staff in person and take a tour of the building. There are many things to do to make sure you are not gambling on DDA. So do your research and be happy with your decision to use DDA for your advertising needs in 2010.