NEW JERSEY, Montclair, September 27, 2005 DDR Global, LLC today released its new logo, brand identity, and Web site. The new logo, designed by Tactile Media, utilizes a sky-blue globe circled by dark blue rings that appear to originate from the globe’s central axis in an outward, rippling motion. “Kudos to Tactile Media for designing a powerful, stand-alone icon to convey what DDR Global is all about,” said CEO Jay Rossi. “We wanted an image that would transmit our global focus, resonate effective global marketing and communications, and communicate our commitment to forging global business partnerships with our clients—Tactile Media delivered.” DDR Global’s Web site, also designed by Tactile Media, will eventually include an interactive portal for clients to register their contact information, request quotations, and monitor project schedules and budgets. A separate area will also be designated for vendor registration and testing. “We're delighted to have such a distinct brand working for us, and we look forward to adding new content, interactive tools, and functionality to our site in the near future,” added Rossi.

About DDR Global
DDR Global partners with companies looking to globalize. Offering comprehensive, end-to-end services including foreign language communications, strategy, international advertising, ethnic marketing, Web design, and workflow consultation, DDR Global’s mission is to facilitate its clients’ ability to conduct business in the global marketplace. DDR Global provides multicultural solutions to corporations including Apptera, Arnold Worldwide, Everlast Worldwide, Grey Global Group, Humana, iMed Studios, and WMS Gaming, among others. For more information about DDR Global, visit the DDR Global Web site at, or e-mail

About Tactile Media
Tactile Media provides interactive and visual development services, including applications and interactive media, custom interface design, Web development, and graphic design. The studio’s approach to these disciplines is to provide compelling visual solutions that virtually jump off the screen, appearing as if you can reach out and touch them. Tactile media provides development and design services to Apple Computer, Charles Schwab, EMusic, Intuit, Logitech, and Sony among others. For more information about Tactile Media, visit the Tactile Media Web site at, or e-mail