This article will discuss how Google Doodles began and what it has become. We will also examine how students from K-12 can Doodle for Google each year. Google Doodle allows people to creatively alter the Google logo in order to celebrate holidays, special occasions and other achievements.
The Google logo is composed of the spelling of Google’s name, so the artistic rendering incorporates letters from their company name. It can be found on their main search page, as well as on special days.
Google Doodle’s origins are best explored by looking back to the very beginning of Google. In the 1990s, when the internet first developed, there were just a handful of search engines. Google wasn’t even one of these search engines until 1998.
Google launched with a simpler home page than most search engines. It is still not as easy to use today. In those early years, search engines offered a lot more information and resource links on their websites.
Google Search began with its logo displayed above the search bar. Their website consisted of a lot of white space and a few links to resources. Users were able to easily notice that the Google logo was being redesigned to remember historical moments in history, as the Google name is always the main focus.
In the early ’90s, Google was just a startup company and featured its first Google Doodle. It was used for many events, including some of the greatest achievements in history.
Google Doodles began as simple additions to the logo letters. Later, they became more creative in design. The Google Doodle has evolved to include animations, videos, and fun games that celebrate the special day Google is celebrating. Today’s Google Doodles also offer a link that will reveal search results relevant to the day being celebrated.
Google for Doodle
Google for Doodle contest is open to children. The contest is open to children in select countries and the United States. Google picks a theme for the contest and invites students in K-12 to submit their Doodles. Each spring, it happens.
Children and teens create artistic creations that are judged on their artistic merit and creativity. This includes how well the doodle matches the theme and incorporates the Google logo. The Google Doodle for Google Contest winner will have their drawing featured on Google’s homepage.
For more information, use the search bar at the top of the website to search for “Doodle for Google”. You don’t have to submit your entry by the deadline this year, but now is a great time for you to think about your ideas for a doodle.
You don’t need to be an expert at colouring or drawing. Get some practice with easy colouring pages with coloured pencils and crayons. You can print as many drawings as you want.