August 28, 2014
Take a break and enjoy the creativity of Google Doodles.
I have been having an absolute ball with the archive of Google Doodles. These are the colorful and imaginative logos that make use of the word “Google” and periodically appear on Google’s search page. They are used to celebrate holidays and anniversaries of famous artists, pioneers and scientists who have helped shape history.
So today I’d like to encourage you to visit doodles that have appeared around the world since 1998. The idea for this suggestion began on August 4, when the two “o’s“ in the word Google were made from two circles that were partially overlapped. In the overlapping area there was an arrow. When you clicked on the arrow, two large circles appeared.
On the outside of the orange circle on the left there are five small circles with graphics representing the categories of Mammals, Musical, Transport, Vegetation, and Sea Life. When you clicked on one of those, other circles popped up on the right side of a large yellow circle. These represented Tiny, Has wings, Thrives in Cold, Has a Shell, and Mythical.