Google Doodles

Google has had many logos since its renaming from BackRub. The current official Google logo was designed by Ruth Kedar, and is a wordmark based on the Catull typeface.The company also includes various modifications or humorous features, such as cartoon modifications of their logo for use on holidays, birthdays of famous people, and major events, such as the Olympics. These special logos, some designed by Dennis Hwang, have become known as Google Doodles.Google subsidiary YouTube has also featured some custom logos to highlight special events occurring on the site; these have been unofficially nicknamed "Yoodles".[citation needed]
Posts about Google Doodles
  • Top Google Doodles Of 2014: World Cup & Winter Olympics Logos Lead The List

    The Google Doodle team was busy this year. By my count, the artist, illustrators and designers who create the Google logos celebrating notable events and personalities posted more than 100 Doodles in 2014. (The World Cup held reign for a full month on Google’s homepage, with more than 60 Doodles to mark the soccer tournament from its first match on June 12 through the finals on July 13.

    Amy Gesenhues/ Search Engine Land- 13 readers -
  • Spooky Google Doodles for Halloween 2014

    … Just as Halloween has seen some evolution over the years, so have the holiday-themed Google Doodles presented each year on the Web. To get us in the mood for this year’s ghouls, witches, and spooky-themed Google Doodles, let’s take a quick dive into the history behind one of America’s most cherished holidays. A Short History of Halloween…

    Ashley Zeckman/ Search Engine Watchin Google- 5 readers -
  • First Day Of Autumn Google Logo Reminds Us The Fall Season Is Here

    Today’s Google logo marks the first day of the Autumnal Equinox with an animated doodle of trees that go from grey to branches filled with Fall-colored leaves dropping to reveal Google’s name. The logo is being served to most of Google’s Northern Hemisphere homepages, while countries located in the Southern Hemisphere are seeing the “First Day of Spring” logo we saw back in ...

    Amy Gesenhues/ Search Engine Land- 12 readers -