we help brands soar
dda communications group
by blending insight and experience with creativity and innovation,
we generate compelling design that engages and communicates.
dda communications group is a full-service design and communications firm providing clients with fully-integrated communications solutions including web, print, video, social media, promotional items, photography and writing.
Frank DiCostanzo is President and Creative Director of dda. He has been a New York-based graphic designer and illustrator for more than 30 years. In 1987, he founded dda communications group specializing in corporate communications.
As his work in corporate identity and communications gained recognition, he expanded to a diverse client base operating in the entertainment, non-profit, and food arenas including companies such as PepsiCo, Noble Corporation and Lanxess Corporation. In addition, he has worked extensively within the healthcare field for organizations and hospitals including Bausch & Lomb, The Hospital for Special Surgery, Boston Children’s Hospital and Weill Cornell/NewYork-Presbyterian among others.
Most recently, he has made significant inroads in the field of higher education producing a wide variety of print and multi-media materials for institutions such as
St. John’s University, New York Institute of Technology, Sacred Heart University, Stony Brook University and Allendale Columbia School.
Actors’ Fund of America
Fresh Air Fund
Liberty Science Center
North Shore Child & Family Guidance
Police Athletic League
Screen Actors Guild
United Neighborhood Houses
Wildlife Conservation Society
Bausch & Lomb
JP Morgan Chase
Newmont Mining Corporation
Worldwide Who’s Who
Allendale Columbia School
Long Island University/LIU Post
New York Institute of Technology
Sacred Heart University
Southern Connecticut State University
St. John’s University
Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation
American Liver Foundation
Bausch & Lomb
Boston Children's Hospital
Hospital for Special Surgery
Jobson Healthcare Information
NYU Medical Center
RETT Syndrome Foundation