Every time you open Google to browse…

…You find a new logo of Google.

And if you look at it carefully, its really interesting and sometimes very close to the season, occasion or some important event of the day.
And It’s worth a watch!
Now the question is : questionHow Do They Do Itquestion


I found out recently.
It’s due to DOODLE FOR GOOGLE.

A doodle is a type of sketch, an unfocused drawing made while a person’s attention is otherwise occupied. They are simple drawings which can have a meaning, a shape or just irregular forms.

Doodling is primarily made by young people around the world, notably students. This activity is normally made during long or boring classes as the students begin daydreaming or losing interest. biggrin They do it mainly on the notebook margins or in the back pages starting as random lines and sketches and then becoming more elaborated. (I am sure most of you must be doing this.) I firmly believe this period is the most creative time pass for us, Students!

And by the way, Doodling can also be made while talking by telephone for a long period of time if a pen and paper are available. (If the person on the other side of the telephone is a chatter-box and you have made all the excuses to put down the phone, but the other person is in no mood of letting go, this is the best option available, to while your time away! mrgreen)

So, Doodle for Google is an competition where Google invites  students (age group: Kindergarten to 12th grade) to play around with the homepage logo and see what new designs they come up with. Check out the designs for yourself at the following link:
The Doodles

And Leave a comment if you like those. razz

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