History of google Logo
- In 1996 Larry Page and Sergey Brin originally called their web crawler “BackRub.”
- in 997 they’d changed the company’s name to Google a misspelling of Googol
- In Latin term 1.0 × 10100, it means 10 to the 100th power, that’s one followed by 100 zeros
- So Google’s search engine provides users with large quantities
- In 1998 first Google logo created with a computerized version of the Google letters using the free graphics program GIMP.
- Later Google’s rebranded design because Yahoo!’s logo also had this punctuation.
- List of Logo by Ruth Kedar.
- The final design is one of the most minimal. It was Google’s official logo from 1999 to 2010.
- On May 6, 2010, Google updated its logo, changing the “o” from yellow to orange and removing the drop shadowing.
- 2015: A new logo for Google
- Google’s logo changed dramatically designers from across Google they used the colour but changed the typeface
- “G” that represents the smartphone app and the favicon icon
- They used Product Sans is a sans-serif typeface
- A Dynamic Logo
- In 1998, Google started playing with the Google Doodle
- Page and Sergey were attending the Burning Man festival. As a kind of “out of office” message, they put a stick figure drawing behind the logo’s second O.
- Google reported that they’d launched more than 4,000 doodles for various homepages around the world.