This past weekend, we put up Christmas lights on and around the front of the house. Every year I try to set a theme in motion and implement it in a tasteful, not tacky manner. Last year it was “old fashioned Christmas” with big multicolored bulbs and classic signage while this year is a candy-cane extravaganza with red and white swirls and candy-canes lining the walkway to the door. I have to say I think I did a pretty good job this year as our neighbor, who is so meticulous about his lights that he measures equal distance of the light strands, stood back and said how beautiful it looks.
While hunting for the lights I needed at the home improvement stores, I was on a mission. I quickly maneuvered myself and cart around people perusing the assortment of lights with a blank stare, not sure what to get or how many lights they would need. It was like an obstacle course, but I dodged and dived and found my way out. Of all the shoppers, I felt like one of the few that had a method to the madness.
At DDA, the web developers, programmers, graphic designers, copywriters, search engine optimization technicians, animators, illustrators, videographers, and others plan the development of their piece in a project well in advance, so that our time is most efficient and the end product is of the highest quality. We’re a team of planners, thinkers, and doers. And just like this year’s light show, we leave even the toughest skeptic to please in awe.
Entry by: laura