Marcolina Design Inc. is one of the first design firms to use the Adobe DPS starting with the beta in July of 2010 to create the folio World Without Photoshop. Their early involvement saw them working closely with Adobe product managers and software engineers like Colin Fleming, Bob Bringhurst and Steve Hart. This the ground level experience gave them an intimate knowledge of the platform and some influence on the shipping product. Since then they have continued to push the edge in Digital Publishing recently winning A Webby Award an Art Directors Award and the Adobe Adweek digital publishing award. Also Marcolina has spoken publicly (including Adobe MAX) and been quoted by Adobe PR and in several publications about the creative possibilities of DPS.

Their iTunes DPS AppBooks (as Dan like to call them) have had consistently high ratings and have been called out on their exceptional design and elegance in blog reviews. Their work has been in the New and Notable and Featured in Apple iTunes many times. In fact his DPS work has been download in over 125 countries by more then 100,000 people. 
Dan Marcolina is one of the recognized early innovators in digital print, interactive and video design. Whether creating brand guidelines, television tiles or web content for clients like Adobe, Discovery Channel, and Business Wire, Marcolina creates a playful elegance that blends technology and concepts across media. In his over 25 year career his inventive work has been featured in dozens of books & magazines including Communications Arts, Graphis & The Macintosh Bible. 
All their deep experience in print, interactive and video puts them in a unique position to really exploit the advantages of the tablet. By blending print elements such as typography, illustration, and layout with front and backend interactive strategies, and expert motion graphic animation they can really stretch the creative muscle of your brand.
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