google doodle

  • Google’s Valentine’s Day Doodle Features Six Tales Of Real Romance

    Google’s Valentine’s Day Doodle Features Six Tales Of Real Romance

    Google has a Valentine’s Day doodle for their search homepage, the way they do every year. This one is fairly elaborate, however, and features stories supplied by Ira Glass and NPR’s This American Life (if you’re in the U.S.). Each story is animated using simple illustrations drawn on candy hearts, and each tells a story of love from a different perspective. The video above… Read More

  • Google Doodle Celebrates Halloween With Spooky Haunted Houses

    Google Doodle Celebrates Halloween With Spooky Haunted Houses

    Following Google’s tradition of decorating its homepage to celebrate major holidays, the Google Doodle today is a cute and spooky interactive animation of haunted houses. Well, not haunted houses in the traditional sense of a lone, crusty old mansion with a graveyard nearby, but rather a series of haunted entryways to homes in the city. Read More

  • Google Marks 14 Years Organizing The World’s Information With Birthday Doodle

    Google Marks 14 Years Organizing The World’s Information With Birthday Doodle

    The chameleonic Google Doodle is currently marking a very special occasion for Mountain View: today is the search giant’s 14th birthday. The Birthday Doodle is a rather simplistic affair, compared to some Doodles past (playable Pac-Man was a particular highlight) — showing a layer cake that breaks down to form the Google logo, while the cake’s candles rearrange to chalk up… Read More

  • Today’s Google Doodle Is An Awesome, Playable Moog Synthesizer

    Today’s Google Doodle Is An Awesome, Playable Moog Synthesizer

    While we don’t make a habit out of covering every iteration of the Google Doodle, today’s version is especially awesome. The doodle is celebrating the birth date of Dr. Robert Moog, the inventor of the electronic analog Moog Synthesizer. The what?,¬†you may ask. The synthesizer was an instrument Moog created in the mid-1960’s, which took the music world by storm, and was… Read More