Whoa, loaded blog title! Calm down everyone! Just read.
I just purchased two movies online to do my part in restarting the economy. It wasn’t much, but every little bit helps. I usually just immediately put all my extra money in my savings account but felt a little bit of the consumer bug for once. I bought two Asian movie freak favorites. An action movie called Battle Royale and a comedy called Tampopo. Both are great in my opinion and both DVDs give you the choice to watch with either subtitles or English dubbed audio. These choices are necessary for any foreign movie because people have strong opinions on this subject. Some take the “If I wanted to read, I’d get a book” stance and only watch dubbed foreign movies, while some prefer to hear the real dialogue that matches the mouth movements. I’m the latter. I kind of think that English dubbing turns any Asian movie into a comedy because of how bad the dubbing always seems to be.
Choices are something that are needed in every aspect of life. At DDA, we give our clients all the choices they can handle because we want them to have the ability to customize their product to their exact specifications. We keep the lines of communication wide open so that we can get frequent feedback and so that the client can make requests or changes whenever they see fit.
“Do you want that to be a Flash animation or 3D animation?”
“Which of these 20 logo designs do you like?”
“Do you want some custom programming to create an administration section for your website?”
“Which actor or actress would you like to use from our actors gallery?”
“Does this script work for you?”
These are just a sample of some of the many questions we might ask you during a normal project cycle. They let us know what you want and how you want it. Certain options will of course have varying price differences, so we will let you know how that affects the cost to you as well. This way you can get the most out of your budget and not waste your money on a certain extra feature that may be unnecessary to the main goal of the project.
Be ready for the questions because we love prompt feedback. The faster you give feedback, the faster your project may be completed. That goes the other way too. If you ignore our emails, you may be holding up the process. All of the approval that we require lets you be in the driver’s seat of your project. Consider yourself a worker on the project and if you don’t do your job, we can’t do ours. Luckily, as far as workers go, you would be a boss and who doesn’t like a little power trip? Just don’t let it get to your head.
So yes, I am pro-choice and I hope you are too (as long as you start by choosing DDA).