Allow us to Introduce the New Delphic Digital

Delphic

Since 2003, the Delphic Sage icon has symbolized those with the knowledge to translate the prophecies of Pythia, the most prestigious and authoritative oracle amongst the Greeks. With respect to the oracle, it was time for our expertise to stand on its own.

Digital

Our name Delphic Digital is the first signal that our low-profile days are behind us. We've always had a nerdy obsession with helping our clients exploit the cross-section of technology and marketing to create breakthrough digital experiences. Now we're going to let people know about it.

Sticking to our Roots

In ancient Greece, meanders are common decorative elements used in pottery and architecture. The clockwise (sunwise) and counter-clockwise (moonwise) spins of the meanders map out a balance between the left and right hemispheres of the brain.

The spiral

The spiral is a positive ancient symbol representing progress, expanding, connection and development. For the ancient Greeks, the spiral was a symbol of infinity, constant motion, balance and awareness. It is also considered to represent the evolutionary process of learning and growth.

The pixel

The new Delphic Digital icon is based on the shape of a pixel, which is the foundation of our expertise, and always has been. With its simple, singular focus, the Delphic Digital icon reminds us that every project regardless of size or scope is built one pixel at a time.

The final product

The new Delphic Digital mark fuses the foundation of the digital world - the pixel - with a slightly abstracted ancient greek spiral imprint.

Although we've been exclusively digital since the beginning, our world looks a lot different than it did back then. That's because the digital world is in constant evolution. New technologies are being created faster than ever that affect strategy, marketing, and the way our clients' users interact with their brands in the digital ecosystem. You say challenge. We say bring it.

Allow us to Introduce the New

Delphic Digital

Delphic

[delfik dij-i-tl]

Since 2003, the Delphic Sage icon has symbolized those with the knowledge to translate the prophecies of Pythia, the most prestigious and authoritative oracle amongst the Greeks. With respect to the oracle, it was time for our expertise to stand on its own.

Digital

Our name Delphic Digital is the first signal that our low-profile days are behind us. We've always had a nerdy obsession with helping our clients exploit the cross-section of technology and marketing to create breakthrough digital experiences. Now we're going to let people know about it.

The Ultimate brew

(and we’re not talking about Beer or coffee)

Sticking to our Roots

In ancient Greece, meanders are common decorative elements used in pottery and architecture. The clockwise (sunwise) and counter-clockwise (moonwise) spins of the meanders map out a balance between the left and right hemispheres of the brain.

The spiral

The spiral is a positive ancient symbol representing progress, expanding, connection and development. For the ancient Greeks, the spiral was a symbol of infinity, constant motion, balance and awareness. It is also considered to represent the evolutionary process of learning and growth.

The pixel

The new Delphic Digital icon is based on the shape of a pixel, which is the foundation of our expertise, and always has been. With its simple, singular focus, the Delphic Digital icon reminds us that every project regardless of size or scope is built one pixel at a time.

The final product

The new Delphic Digital mark fuses the foundation of the digital world - the pixel - with a slightly abstracted ancient greek spiral imprint.

Although we've been exclusively digital since the beginning, our world looks a lot different than it did back then. That's because the digital world is in constant evolution. New technologies are being created faster than ever that affect strategy, marketing, and the way our clients' users interact with their brands in the digital ecosystem. You say challenge. We say bring it.

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