Documentary style short films that tell the stories of the printing industry
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DCG ONE (Seattle, Washington)


DCG ONE found its start in 1965 in a one-car garage full of drive. Over the years we’ve grown as mailhandlers, envelope converters, printers, and agency folks realized that they could do more when they worked together. These days, we’re proud to say that our multitalented team works across time zones and disciplines to deliver seamless solutions no matter where you’re working and what you’re working on.

Yes, we’re a strategic marketing services and solutions company. But look deeper, and we’re something magical. We’re solutioneers. We’re alchemists. We’re left-brain, right-brain, whole-idea doers who finesse the smallest detail with the big picture in mind.

It takes whole-brain thinking to deliver big picture solutions. And we believe all problem-solving is equal parts creativity and practical wisdom, driven together by curiosity, open-mindedness, and the kind of collaboration that brings out the best in everyone involved.

From Boeing to T-Mobile, American Express to Microsoft, our client successes not only exemplify that collaborative spirit, they showcase the range of experience we bring to the table. We’re just as good at running a brand strategy workshop as we are running a next-gen digital press. Just as likely to use a Discovery ONE session to get our clients unstuck as we are to use augmented reality to help them uplevel their customer experience. We’re always trying new things, exploring new technologies and embracing exciting ideas.

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Special thanks to HP and DCG ONE for making this film possible.

About WhatTheyThink Films

WhatTheyThink Films is a platform where the industry’s stories can be told in an engaging and entertaining format. Working with an experienced documentary filmmaking crew, WhatTheyThink seeks out the best stories in the industry and brings them to our members through this unique format. To be a film subject, or to sponsor a film contact Eric Vessels [email protected]