From Video Production to Website Development — Making Sense of it All
Explaining DDA in a few words is not an easy task. There is a lot that we do here, and a lot of it is not done anywhere else. So, in turn, explaining DDA turns into explaining all of the processes, procedures, and technologies. It can become quite a task.
When it comes down to it, the best thing to do is to let our work speak for itself. At DDA Video, we have hundreds of examples of video work we have done in a variety of industries for a variety of purposes. Training, instructional, on-screen spokesperson — the list goes on. So does the list of services we offer in just that one arena — preproduction, on-location, video editing, and on and on.
But video production is only one piece of what we do. There’s website development and design, custom programming, digital photography, illustration, 2D and 3D animation, Search Engine Marketing, logo development, branding and marketing, and, of course, print production — direct mailers, postcards, brochures, letterhead, catalogs and beyond.
On the surface, all of that seems pretty easy to digest. It makes sense, and they don’t necessarily sound like revolutionary services, but that’s when you look at them from the everyday, rest of the marketing and advertising perspective. Nothing at DDA is “just.” Video production goes with programming and website development and animation and content development, and embedded links, and print production works with a CD-ROM and a digital flipbook, and website development can be paired with live actors or an online quiz. All of it forever loops together, intertwining so much that at the end it’s hard to pick it apart. There are so many possibilities, and the unique thing about DDA is we explore each one.