WHY GIVE A D*MN?
D*MNGOOD® is an award-winning creative agency based in Washington, DC, that delivers
tangible results through conceptual and strategic
design, motion and narrative campaigns.
Our belief is that you can cross the line, or redraw it. We prefer to draw. Services include:
- Art Direction
- Facebook Ads
- Google AdWords
- Media Planning
- Social Media
- Web Banner Ads
- Brand Guidelines
- Annual Reports
- Custom Powerpoints
- Direct Mail
- Flash Presentations
- Holiday Cards
- Point-of-Sale Posters
- Press Kits
- Content Development
- Event Planning
- Interview Facilitation
- Media Monitoring
- Media Outreach
- Press Releases
Web and Interactive
- Custom Flash Animation
- E-mail Campaigns
- Information Graphics
- Mobile Web Development
- Search Engine Optimization
- Social Media Consulting
- Web Site Analysis
- Web Site Design
- Web Site Maintenance
- Web Video Production
Daniel Adler, executive creative director, studied graphic design at Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Prior to founding D*MNGOOD®, he served as an award-winning senior designer at Supon Design Group and Design Army in Washington, DC.
Daniel has designed and managed high-profile campaigns for clients such as AOL, the Associated Press, Capital Restaurant Concepts, Compass, D.C. Council Chair Kwame Brown, EagleBank, EagleBank Bowl, George Washington University, the International Spy Museum, José Andrés Catering with Ridgewells, MainStreet Bank, Merlin International, Miller & Chevalier, Noral, Ridgewells Catering, Syracuse University, Ty Lawson and VSArts.
While at Design Army, his work for clients such as AIAS, AIGA, Arent Fox, First Vine, Global Fund for Children, HRC, National Mediation Board, the Ronald Reagan Building, Signature Theatre, the University of Virginia and the Washington Ballet was recognized by many of the creative industry's most selective competitions and published in periodicals internationally, including: the American Advertising Federation, ARC, Art4D, the Art Directors Club, Black Book AR100, the Cafritz Exhibition at Montgomery College of Art and Design, CASE, Communication Arts, Coupe, the DC Design Exhibition at Design Within Reach, Dynamic Graphics, Gallery Magazine, Graphis, HOW Magazine, the Mohawk Show, Novum, the One Show, Print Magazine, Rockport Publishers, STEP and the Type Director's Club.
In 2007, Print Magazine invited Daniel to participate in its prestigious New Visual Artist review, which honors work from the country's top 100 designers under the age of 30. He frequently lectures at universities along the East Coast and participates in student events within the local design community.
When not designing, Daniel enjoys traveling across the country critiquing restaurants, black and white photography, modern art, movie soundtracks, cooking, Syracuse basketball, researching history, wandering the streets of any major city, and most importantly, spending time with his amazing family.
Mark Minicucci, executive producer, studied policy analysis and political science at Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. He also earned a master's
degree in public administration from George Washington University's School of Business
and Public Management.
Most recently, Mark was at AOL, where he produced Radio KOL, a live, streaming variety show on the Internet where he helped grow an audience of more than 2.5 million views per month. While at AOL, Mark managed large-scale advertising campaigns and innovated unique ways to integrate sponsorship opportunites
within the show.
Earlier in his career, Mark worked at AKQA in Washington, DC, as a producer for a large-scale government client that represented the firm's most lucrative contract.
Before that he helped build NetSmartz, a multimedia production house and division of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that is dedicated to keeping children safe on the Internet. While at the Center, Mark created strategic partnerships with Yahoo!, Microsoft and Computer Associates. He also produced www.netsmartz.com, which was nominated for the Webby Award for best practices on the Web showcasing excellence in content, Web standards, visual design and use of current Web technologies.
He has also published numerous magazine articles and spoke at various national technology and government conferences.
Mark draws on his deep experience in marketing, SEO and Internet-based technologies to help clients such as BOWA, Syracuse University and Ty Lawson achieve a larger presence on the Web.
When not producing, Mark enjoys cooking, playing his guitar, watching the Redskins lose on Sunday, and tearing up dance floors on the weekend whenever the opportunity arises.
Neil Adler, executive editor, studied broadcast journalism at Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. Since founding D*MNGOOD®, Neil has developed and executed successful public relations campaigns for clients including Evoke, Fraser Forbes, Healthcare Interactive, LifeMatters, Midtown Group, Monument Bank, Ridgewells Catering, Rock Creek Property Group, Scheer Partners, Sport and Spine Rehab, The Washington Group of Northwestern Mutual, Urban Igloo, WellNet Healthcare, and West,
Lane & Schlager.
He has also produced advertising, interactive and marketing content for clients such as Albright
Stonebridge Group, BOWA, BRAVO! Events by Design, Capital Restaurant Concepts, Compass, D.C. Council Chair Kwame Brown, EagleBank, the EagleBank Bowl, José Andrés Catering with Ridgewells, MainStreet Bank, Merlin International, Miller & Chevalier, Ridgewells Catering and the Washington Business Journal.
Earlier in his career, Neil wrote for two newspapers, The Gazette in Gaithersburg, Md. -- part of The Washington Post Co. -- and the Washington Business Journal. He reported on a wide variety of local business sectors, including academia, banking and finance, health care and biotechnology, non-profits, real estate, restaurants, retail, sports and technology. Neil has claimed
several journalism awards from area press organizations over the years, for both print and Web reporting on a handful of issues in health care and general business news.
When away from the office, Neil loves hanging out with his family and friends, traveling, eating at fine restaurants, watching the Syracuse University men's basketball team, listening to many different types of music, shopping at Converse, David Yurman and Hugo Boss, sampling fine beer and drinking coffee.