Google’s doodles and Thanksgiving logos are nothing less than a blessing to be thankful for. The logo designers seem to have come a long way over the years. From a static image to animated Thanksgiving doodles, here is a brief overview of the journey through time.
Google is known for celebrating various events and things using Goggle Doodle. This time it decided to pay homage to the humble Pad Thai. A celebrated Thai dish created in time of desperation, Pad Thai has gone to become a global favorite.
On Google’s 19th birthday it has come up with the best gift for all its users. Compiling the best games from the past nineteen years, Google makes the users take a walk down the memory lane with it. Go take a look now to relive some of your best gaming moments.
On Samuel Johnson’s 308th birthday, Google decided to pay him a homage through an animated Google Doodle highlighting the word lexicographer. The animation also has Johnson’s image along with the text as well!
The newest Google Doodle for US Independence Day 2017 has incorporated American National parks and the wildlife that it is home to. The 4th July 2017 doodle, also uses symbols depicting the American National Flag and celebrated colors of red and blue.
Google with its new doodle, has out done itself by creating a fun and interactive experience for people to enjoy while remembering the great Frank Fischinger. It doesn’t matter if you’re musically inclined or not as long as you can connect the dots you should be just fine.
June 1 2017’s Google Doodle is an addictive cricket game to celebrate ICC Champions Trophy 2017. Just swing the bat and look as you either score runs or get your stumps crashed. The batter is a cartoon cricket, and the fielders are snails.
Google Doodle is celebrating Women’s Day. International Women’s Day has been marked to acknowledge economic, social, cultural and political milestones achieved by women in our society
Google Doodle is paying a tribute to honor such a tremendous personality on his 89th birthday. His foundation it has rescued more than 20,000 abandoned babies, gave shelter to 50,000 orphans, trained more than 40,000 nurses and runs the world’s largest ambulance service consisting of 1,500 vehicles.
The balloon pigs aim at providing some visual relief to the people of Chicago. The balloons pay homage to Pink Floyd’s Album “Animals” who depict a society that is ruled by pigs.