Google Doodle Today

Google Doodle Today

So what’s the Google doodle today? If you’re lucky enough, there just might be a doodle available for you to see. If not, come back to the site again another day especially when it’s a holiday and you’ll surely have a glimpse of’s artistic, aesthetic, appealing, interesting, and entertaining doodles.

 Google Doodle Today

What are Doodles?

But what exactly are doodles? These are simply a modification of the Google logo when you visit the main page by typing in although it will normally automatically redirect to your local country’s domain extension such as .ph from where I’m at, the Philippines.

Just when you think that doodles are fresh and have only been introduced recently, it had actually begun as early as 1998 before the entire Google search engine was conceptualized through its founders Larry and Sergey. The very first doodle was of course made public during the site’s official launching. Two years later, Dennis Hwang (who was then an intern) was tasked to create a doodle for Bastille Day. The idea was a hit that Hwang was appointed to be the chief doodler who had since then designed doodles for special events and occasions including holidays. Hwang now has a team of doodle makers.

Google had already produced more than 1000 doodles not only for the main site but for various home pages throughout the world. You can view the entire gallery of past doodles through the Google Doodles finder archive page.


Check out one of the best Google doodles ever made! It’s the interactive Muppets for Jim Henson’s 75th birthday!


Doodles Store

You can also order your favorite doodle printed in various items including art & posters, clothing, cards & postage, home & pets, office products, accessories, and others. Click here for the Google doodle store.

Contribute a Doodle

You can send proposals for upcoming doodles by emailing Be patient as the team receives thousands of emails daily and may not be able to respond to your letter.

So what’s the Google doodle today? See and find out if there’s any!

About Maria Marilyn:
Maria Marilyn is the editor of TechBugs. Catch her on this blog and on Twitter.

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2 Responses to Google Doodle Today

  1. Ahsan says:

    Google Doodle is certainly an entertaining feature of Google. It attracts the users. When I see new Doodle, i save it in my Hard Disc. I love to collect it.

    Thanks for detail information on Google Doodle

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