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Rewarding Experiences

Last night, 41 of the top high school marching bands of the northeast went head to head at the United States Scholastic Band Association’s Northern State Finals Competition. As a marching percussion instructor, I know from experience that this is the most nerve-racking performance of the year. It’s pretty much the only ten minutes of the entire season where the staff has no control over the success of the group. Throughout the season, if something particular in the show needs improvement you can always go back and fix it in rehearsal. Obviously there is no “going back to fix it” at finals so it’s all up to the students to retain as much of their training as possible in one last performance.

Fortunately for the CB South Marching Titans, their hard work during the season finally paid off when they were awarded the trophy for 2nd place. For a relatively new high school, this is a huge step in the development of the marching band/percussion program. Since my days of marching drum corps are over, I tend to live vicariously through my students and seeing them with big smiles on their faces at the end of the night is a nice reminder of why I’m still involved in the marching arts.


That hardware is almost as tall as she is!

Here at DDA, one of the most rewarding experiences is to hear positive client feedback. In fact, the video department just received a letter from one of our medical clients regarding their newly designed website with integrated video: “The site looks awesome.  It has more than exceeded our original vision for the project.” As an advertising and marketing company that puts forth so much effort to please the client, it’s great to get such positive reactions.

We are still wrapping up some highly anticipated virtual medical simulations (VMS),  virtual learning environments (VLE), medical and corporate eLearning tools, and medical website designs. I can’t wait to see what the clients have to say about them!

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DDA In 60 Seconds… Again

I just finished making some minor (but important) updates to our very own DDA In 60 Seconds promo video. Since the creation of the original video, we’ve added the DDA VMS and AppleSavvy divisions to our advertising and marketing corporation so why not let the world know?!

What’s so special about them, you ask? For starters, our sate-of-the-art virtual medical simulations engage your users by providing a computer-based hands-on learning experience. Whether it’s for education, training, safety, events, or promotional use, DDA VMS can design and develop the perfect simulation tool for your target audience. You can check out some examples at our VMS site. I must say they look slick!

Need an application to run on a mobile device like the iPhone or iPad? Want a website designed to look great on any mobile device? AppleSavvy is the perfect solution for mobile and universal web browsing. Now that the number of mobile web user is on the rise, you’ll want to be prepared. How do you think an unformatted, non-functional web site would reflect on your company? It would be a shame if something as silly as that turned away potential customers!

DDA’s 9 divisions offer hundreds of advertising and marketing solutions from web site design and flash development to digital video and graphic design. Check out our website to learn more.

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Major League of Digital

Last night was a special night for the city of Philadelphia. Phillies starting pitcher Roy Halladay had an unbelievable outting, silencing the Cincinnati Reds with a no-hitter in game 1 of the NL Division Series playoffs. Since only one other player in Major league Baseball history has done this before, I’d say it’s a pretty big accomplishment. I heard an interesting fact to depict how rare this really is:

“In the history of baseball, pitchers have made 2,528 starts, with only two no-hitters. In short, a starting pitcher in a playoff game is more likely to pull a winning pick-3 lottery ticket than throw a no-hitter”

Halladay threw a total of 104 pitches, 79 of them strikes, striking out eight Reds batters. If it weren’t for Jay Bruce’s two-out walk in the fifth inning, Halladay would have had his second perfect game of the season which is almost unheard of! If his stellar pitching wasn’t enough, Halladay gave himself plenty of offensive support by driving in Carlos Ruiz on a first-pitch fastball and later scoring on a hit by Shane Victorino. Halladay is now the first pitcher to ever drive in more runs than give up in the playoffs! As a long time Phillies fan, I couldn’t be any more proud of my team and my city.

Though here at DDA, we have quite a few feats we are proud of too. We were one of the first totally digital advertising agencies in the U.S. dating back to the early 90’s. We’ve developed countless interactive websites, e-Learning platforms, flash applications and more. We’ve even created our own hybrid animation called Onlivemation which combines live video, 2D animation, and 3D animation. Lately, we’ve been working on cutting-edge virtual medical simulations that no other production company has even come close to matching. DDA is certainly the major league of digital!

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