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Should there be a comma between dynamic and interactive in this sentence? Also if you can find anything else awkard or wrong in the below sentence it would be much appreciated. Here it is...

We've been creating dynamic interactive Web solutions for the Film, Music, and Artist industry since 1999.

Thank you so very much,

Vanney
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Hi Vanney,
No comma is necessary as your adjectives (descriptions) are before the noun "Solutions".
Maybe you could try dynamically interactive web solutions too.
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You need commas because from the way it reads, you don't mean a dynamic interactive Web solutions. You described Web solutions as dynamic and interactive.

Take these sentences, for example:
1. She wore a bright red dress.
2. She wore a bright, red dress.

The first sentence is the correct form because the dress was not bright and red; the dress is bright red in color.
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See this thread on "The use of commas": Usage of a comma before 'and' (Guest: Tharabg)
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