Top 10 Best Google Doodles

Top 10 Best Google Doodles

Google has been the most popular search engine for many years. It has launched many diiferent innovative and unique features that add to the functionality as well as presence of the search engine. Today we are going to discuss one of the most plauded, most unique and one of the most less usable feature of the google search engine. Its main purpose is to remind people of certain historic dates; most of you must have guessed the feature but for people who haven’t it is the Google’ Doodles.

Google’s Doodle design team has created over 700 beatiful doodles depicting artistic brilliance and define their title perfectly.

10. First Ever Doodle

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The first ever doodle put up by Google honoured the 366th birthday of Sir Isaac Newton. This doodle was written in javascript and beautifully describes one of Newton’s greatest discovery and the story related to it.

9. Charlie Chaplin

The world’s greatest silent artist had to recieve a homage to his wonderful life and Google did that in their own style on Charlie Chaplin’s 122nd birthday on 15th April 2011.

8. Repelling logo

This doodle repelled when the cursor came near to it. It was designed in HTML5 and displayed on 7th September 2010.

7. Martha Graham

Google celebrated dance choreographer Martha Graham’s birthday in their doodly steps on 10 May 2011.

6. John Lennon

John Lennon’s 70th birtday was celebrated by Google in their unique doodle fashion in October 2010.

5. Thomas Edison’s Birthday

Google created this doodle in rememberance of the great Thomas Edison’s birtday on 11 February 2011.

4. Robert Bunsen Remembered

Robert Bunsen, the inventor of the Bunsen Burner was honored by Google in this doodle which was displayed at the website on 31st March 2011.

3. U.S. Independence Day Doodle

Celebration of American independece day 2010 in Google style.

2. Remembering Pac Man

One of the best doodle from Google maybe because of its playability — displayed on Google homepage on Pac Man’s 30th birthday on 21st May 2010.

1. Les Paul Google Doodle

On June 9–10, 2011 Google celebrated what would have been Paul’s 96th birthday with a Google doodle of an interactive guitar.