Google Doodle information

Google Doodle


Google has had several logos since its renaming from Backrub. The current official Google logo was designed by Ruth Kedar, and is based on the character word Catull market.  The company also includes a number of changes and / or fun features, such as changing their logo cartoon for holidays, birthdays of famous people and big events like the Olympics.  These special logos, some drawn by Dennis Hwang, has become known as Google Doodles. Google subsidiary YouTube has also discussed some of the custom logos highlights special events pages, these have been informally dubbed "Yoodles". On February 14, 2011, the gallery features the Google logo in 1002.

In 1998, Sergey Brin created a computerized version of the letters using the free Google GIMP graphics program. The exclamation point was added, mimicking the Yahoo logo.

4 "There are many different color variations," says Ruth Kedar, the graphic designer who developed the now famous logo. "We ended up with the primary colors, but instead of having the scheme to go, we put a secondary color in the L, which brings the idea that Google does not respect the rules."

In 2010, the Google logo has received its first major overhaul since 1999, permanent. The new logo was first tested in November 2009 , and was officially launched May 6, 2010.  uses a font similar to the old logo, but has an orange light "or" place of the old yellow "or" and the shadow represents a more subtle style different tone.

Police Catull BQ Google logo, and was created in 1982 to Berthold by Gustav Jaeger German designer. Calligraphic sense Catull contrast weights and wheelbases time distinguishing .