Have you heard of Google Doddle before? Do you know what it’s all about? Google doodle is a special, temporary alteration of the logo on Google’s homepages. Its aim is to venerate holidays, events, achievements, and notable historical figures of a particular country.
Google doddle spots important festivals, achievements, people, and special holidays. In this article, we are going to be looking at more on Google doddle.
Google doodle came into existence when Larry page the founder of Google made a decision to draw a stick figure. It was behind the second “o” of Google which symbolizes the message that we’re out of the office at the burning man festival.
Google Doodles are where they redesign the logo to reflect important days, birthdays, and events. Many of these are also animated or even interactive, and there have been dozens of fantastic ones over the years which we will be taking a look through today.
How Google Doodle Works
A group of researchers got together regularly to brainstorm and decide which events will be celebrated with a doodle. The doodle selection process intends to celebrate interesting events and anniversaries that reflect Google’s personality and love for innovation. Here are the steps on how Google doddle works:
- Download or print the Google doddle entry form.
- Artists create their Doodles using any materials they want. From crayons to clay and from clay to found objects.
- Artist’s statement Tell Google about what they have drawn and how it represents their inner strength.
- When you are done submit.
Here are the ways how Google doodle works.
Best Google Doodles of All Time
Here are the lists of the best Google doodles of all time:
- Burning man.
- Les Paul’s 96th birthday
- Charlie Chaplin’s 122nd birthday.
- Claude Debussy’s 151st birthday.
- Halloween 2012.
- Pac Man.
- Freddie mercury’s 65th birthday.
- Saul bass’ 93rd birthday.
- John Lennon’s 70th birthday.
- Robert moog’s 78th birthday.
These are the lists of the best Google doodles of all time.
Best Google Doodle Games (Ranked)
Here are the lists of the best Google doodle games, ranked:
- The scoville game.
- Rubik’s cube.
- Coding rabbit.
- Hip hop.
- Quick, Draw!
- Garden Gnome.
- Halloween 2016 magic cat academy.
Here are the lists of the best Google doodle games, ranked.