You can see various modifications in the design like humor, art or even games in Google’s logo for special days like holidays, birthdays of famous people, and other events . These special logos, some designed by Dennis Hwang, have become known as Google Doodles. They are basically are artistic version of the Google logo. Google subsidiary YouTube has also featured some custom logos to highlight special events occurring on the site. These have been unofficially nicknamed “Yoodles”.
No doubt, Doodles are the fun and surprising. They’ve come along way since the original in 1998, which celebrated the Burning Man Festival. You can check out your favorite Google Doodles here-
On February 4th, Google will also be kicking off the seventh annual Doodle 4 Google competition, where we will once again be inviting students, from K-12, to start transforming our homepage into a gallery of imagination. Get your Doodlers ready.