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DDA Is Cool

It’s that time of the year. No, not the holidays. Since I am in Operations, time to close books, wrap up loose ends, clean out drawers, get ready for the new year. One of the things I found in a drawer was a copy of DDA’s first letterhead. The design had seven thumbnail images running down the left margin, explaining our services as follows: digital photography (with a lumina scanning camera, which today is nonexistent. Since it scanned in RGB, it really was a photograph. Next was internet content, pretty vague twelve years ago considering today’s capability. There was photographic manipulation, that grabbed everyone’s attention. Our early clients were excited about cutting someone out of a scene or making someone skinny!

From that early digital beginning, catapult to December 2009 and take the time to browse through the divisions that comprise DDA Corporate and DDA Medical today. What a difference. The sophistication and layering our designers, programmers and flash animators create for the interactive media we produce is light years away from that simple time, but our first slogan “Digital Is Cool” still holds. What would we do without the digital world?

One of the big thing on everyone’s mind these days is health care. It impacts all of us albeit in different ways. If you are searching for vendors to work on a CME (continuing medical education) project or just medical eLearning in general, look at our various portfolios before you choose who to award your project to. You’ll find, DDA is cool, DDA is extremely capable, DDA’s business development team works with clients to assure clients what they ask for is done the right way, DDA does not off shore any part of its work and above all DDA only does custom work.

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Entry by: elizabeth


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