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The DoodleforGoogle Competition (the "Contest") is designed to encourage eligible Indian school students and their parents/guardians on their behalf ("Entrant(s)" or "You") to use their creativity to...

This year’s Doodle 4 Google competition is very special, the winning doodle will feature on the Google Ireland homepage for 24 hours in April. Millions of people will have the opportunity to see it, and...

Applications are currently ongoing for the DoodleforGoogle 2019-2020. Students in grades K-12 are invited to take part in the Doodle 4 Google this year.

Doodle is the simplest way to schedule meetings with clients, colleagues, or friends. Find the best time for one-to-ones and team meetings with our user-friendly calendar tool.

Google is running a contest for students in grades K-12 to design a doodlefor the Google

The annual DoodleforGoogle contest kicks off Tuesday and kids who want to participate have until March 18 to submit their designs for consideration. The theme for 2019 was announced on The...

Closing date for entries. August 7th. Public voting starts.

The latest Tweets from GoogleDoodles (@GoogleDoodles).

The Googledoodlefor spring equinox 2017. Happy spring everyone!

Google has announced the finalists in its DoodleforGoogle design contest.

Doodle 4 Google is an annual program that invites K-12 students in the United States to use their artistic talents to think big and redesign the Google homepage logo for millions to see.

DoodleforGoogle. Sponsored by: Google. Applicant must be a high school student.

Doodle history Over the years, doodles on the Google homepage have made searching on Google more fun and enjoyable for its users worldwide. When doodles were first created...

Google’s Doodle team informs us that they’re currently looking for more in-house Doodlers

The first Google doodle was featured above the search bar on August 30th, 1998.[1] Google