Santa Barbara, Calif. (PRWEB) June 20, 2016
DelPlaya Media, Inc., a monetization platform for Android and iOS app publishers, today revealed its new logo, created by acclaimed ocean-centric artist, Blakeney Sanford. Clean and elegant, the new logo depicts a cresting wave of multiple shades of blue superimposed on a digital media play button. The new logo follows DelPlaya’s move to entirely focus on the company’s fast-growing mobile video advertising business.
“We decided that a new corporate logo would help communicate the streamlining of our business, announced earlier this year,” said John Williams, CEO of DelPlaya. “And since we have the good fortune to build our company in Santa Barbara, we wanted our logo to reflect some of our beautiful surroundings. ‘DelPlaya’ is Spanish for ‘the beach,’ so a wave seemed like the perfect symbol for our company. It’s strong, and powerful, and dependable.”
“And commissioning Blakeney was the logical choice to create our logo,” continued Williams. “She has created a lot of iconic ocean-themed images for various companies, and she did an outstanding job for us.”
Sanford’s art has been utilized by Quiksilver, Roxy, and other ocean-related companies.
About DelPlaya Media, Inc.
DelPlaya is a Santa Barbara, California-based company that helps premium iOS and Android application publishers generate revenue by playing video ads from major brands in their apps. DelPlaya’s technology significantly shortens the time it takes to respond with a paying video ad, which in turn maximizes a publisher’s aggregate monthly revenue and improves user experience. delPlaya works with many top apps on the iOS and Android platform and numerous advertisers. http://www.delplaya.com
About Blakeney Sanford
Blakeney Sanford is an acclaimed Santa Barbara based artist. She has shown in galleries and museums nationally, and her works are part of significant global collections. She has also collaborated with corporate brands, such as Quiksilver and Roxy. For more information see: http://www.blakeneysanford.com/