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Doodle4GoogleProject2013
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  • 1. In 1999, the concept of the doodle was born when Google foundersLarry and Sergey played with the corporate logo to indicate theirattendance at the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert. A stickfigure drawing was placed behind the 2nd o in the word, Google andthe revised logo was intended as a comical message to Google usersthat the founders were “out of office.” While the first doodle wasrelatively simple, the idea of decorating the company logo to celebratenotable events was well received by our users.
  • 2. Who are you with?What are you doing?Where are you?When is it? (past, present, future?)Why is it your Best Day Ever?
  • 3. Welcome to Doodle 4 GoogleDoodle 4 Google is an annual program thatinvites K-12 students in the United Statesto use their artistic talents to think big andredesign our homepage logo for millions tosee.This year, we ask students to exercise theircreative imaginations around the theme,“My Best Day Ever…”
  • 4. One talented student artist will see theirartwork appear on the Googlehomepage, receive a $30,000 collegescholarship, and a $50,000 technologygrant for their school along with someother cool prizes!
  • 5. 2010s Doodle 4 Google Winner
  • 6. 2011s Doodle 4 Google Winner
  • 7. 2012s Doodle 4 Google Winner
  • 8. What do we design on?There are templates…
  • 9. Fill out the Parent Consent Form Homework Grade (Due Friday, 3/4)
  • 10. Write a supporting statement: (Maximum of 50 words) Please tell how your doodleexpresses this year’s contest theme: “My best day ever…”.
  • 11. What do I hand in onFriday, February 15th?
  • 12. 1. RubricCompletely Filled Out (Give your Doodle a title!!)
  • 13. 2/15/13Meets requirements:Doodle answers “My bestday ever…” theme.
  • 14. 2. DoodleOn a template(provided on Share Drive)
  • 15. 3. Permission Form (With written statement. Make sure you save this!)
  • 16. Hand it in! (Friday, 2/15)

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