Google Says Happy Holidays via a Pleasant Doodle
If you have opened Google.com now you would have noticed few very interesting images on the Google logo. That is the way Google is wishing everyone happy holidays across the world. The Doodle features seventeen works of art including Great Wall of China, the beautiful Sydney Harbour Bridge, and even the Acropolis. Other works include cultural and historical holiday tradition.
Google’s Doodle is not something new, it is existing over a decade now. Yet what makes this one special is that each piece of art is expandable when you keep the curser over them and elaborated information is available when you click on it. This is Google’s nice way of saying Happy Holidays which will definitely impress users.
Micheal Lopez is responsible for Google’s Doodles, those pleasant illustrations that crop up over the course of the year to celebrate holidays, pop-cultural moments, civic landmarks and scientific achievements. The logo went up at 9AM Eastern and would stay up until the Christmas holiday is over. Yet we are wondering why does Google says “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year” 🙂